If you want to have a taste of Windows 11 without installing it, Microsoft has a solution for you. Today, Windows 10 Insiders can download and install the most recent Microsoft Store design. It doesn’t look precisely like Windows 11, but it’s close enough to get you excited about making the switch.
Rudy Huyn declared the new Microsoft Store release official at 1:32 a.m. on October 27, 2021. It had been accessible for download for a while, but Huyn announced it on Twitter at the moment. The Microsoft Store’s Principal Architect is Rydy Huyn.
This latest edition of the Microsoft Store can serve Disney+ movies and supports new win32 apps. This update adds a feature that connects the Microsoft Store to the Disney+ app, so if you see the movie Black Widow in the Microsoft Store, you’ll be able to buy it for $5.99 from Microsoft, but you’ll also see a link to “Stream on Disney+.”
This update is currently available on the Release Preview Ring for Windows Insiders. You’ll see this update to the Microsoft Store very soon if you haven’t yet joined the Windows Insider programme. It’s predicted that this Microsoft Store upgrade will be available to the general public in a few weeks.
Given how big software updates have worked in the past within Windows, it’s likely that this new architecture will be a necessary update at some time. This new design will most likely not only offer content to users in a way that is more in line with Microsoft’s future commercial goals, but it will also urge users to upgrade to Windows 11 as quickly as possible.
Source: Rudy Huyn