Find Built For Windows 10 Apps Easier

The Windows Store is an amazing place to find software for Windows, and Microsoft has done a great job in putting the store together for users. But, Windows 10 users looking for specific Windows 10 apps have had troubles find the apps for them.

This past week, Microsoft finally made a major update to the Windows Store, that specifically lets users find apps that are “Built For Windows 10”. The labels will appear on the apps, making them easy to find.

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Windows Store Updates

The progress to get Windows 10 Apps more publicity, came as a direct result of the updated Windows Store. The newest updates will highlight the Windows 10 label under the app’s name, rating, and the share button.

The share button will make it easier to share those apps on social media, and find them as well. Windows 10 apps can be shared on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites, making them a single click away from being downloaded.

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200 Million Users Waiting

The updated Windows Store comes at just the right time, as up to 200 million users have upgraded to Windows 10. Now, finding and installing those apps for Windows 10 is amazingly simpler. This only helps the users and developers.

With the updated Universal apps on Windows 10, these apps run on desktops, tablets, and smartphones. So, downloading one app or purchasing one app gives users access to the whole spectrum of devices to install the app on quickly.

Built for Windows 10 is a perfect step for the Windows Store. It’s version 2016.27.2.0, so look for it on your Windows 10 machine today

Published: Thursday, February 18th, 2016 Last Modified: February 18, 2016

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