Windows Store Updated with the Significant design improvements


Microsoft is on the final stage for the development of the Windows 10 Redstone 3 also known as Fall Creators Update. Almost every major features they already integrated and now available for the Windows Insiders in the Fast and Slow ring.

Meanwhile Microsoft rolling out significant design improvement to the Windows Store for the Windows 10 users on the Production Ring. In latest update they get rid of the hamburger menu. In stead of that with the latest update they bring new ellipsis menu which shows all the general app page. It also includes Settings, Downloads and Update section, My Library, Redeem a code and more.

There is a separate Account settings page on the header menu. On this page you can manage or add or remove your work or school account. So far apart from the UI tweaks there in nothing new in this update; all they improve is the users experience. With the latest update the Windows Store bumped to the version 11706.1001.25.

The changes don’t really change the core functionality of the app, so they are likely being tested to improve the user-experience. Furthermore, they also changed the background of the app from black to little grayish. The new background looks much better than the completely black one. The check for update button now turned into Get updates.

As the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is one and half month away. So, company have plenty of time to fix the each and every bug before the public roll out. In case if you missed it the Windows 10 Fall Creators update is scheduled for September 2017. Stay tune to Insiders Arena for more updates and let us know in a comment below if you find any major changes in latest Windows Store update.