Windows Store Debut With Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Posted on Feb 29 2012 - 4:37pm by Editorial Staff

Microsoft Windows 8 much awaited Windows Store has just launched, with a thinking to add a better experience for consumers in an aim of finding softwares easier. The new OS store adopts the Metro Style and promotes the number of applications and games including the Telegraph, USA Today, Slacker, and Daily Motion and third party apps namely WordPress, Kindle and iCookbook. Apps are grouped together by type, making it easier to browse rather than searching directly. These all apps come with a free price tag. Versions of apps will be available for both ARM and x86, with the Store automatically downloading the right version for your device. The Store is now live, and Microsoft has said that more apps will be added as the Preview goes on.

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