We all know very well that the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10 application store previously named Windows Store and currently known as Microsoft Store, has undergone many restructurings and new features in recent times. Now, according to the latest reports, the tech giant Microsoft Windows 10’s store app to start selling hardware.
Microsoft Windows 10’s Store App To Start Selling Hardware
The Windows 10 Application Store, previously named Windows Store and current Microsoft Store, has undergone many restructurings and new features in recent times.
According to the latest rumors, the next addition in the Windows 10 Application Store will be the ability to purchase hardware from Microsoft and its partners.
The tech giant Microsoft has teamed up to unite its platforms and services, simplifying the user experience for today’s users and users entering the Windows ecosystem, making it more intuitive.
One of the last steps in this direction was to change the nomenclature of the old Windows Store, now being called the Microsoft Store. In addition to the name of its App Store, the tech giant Microsoft has also changed the logo and some graphics, but the news will continue.
Given the latest rumors, the Windows 10 Application Store will in the future market the products we currently find on the Microsoft Store website, from Xbox to Surface, through various accessories, third-party products, and software licenses.
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Such information was advanced by the user WalkingCat (@ h0x0d) on Twitter who discovered a hidden category in the Microsoft Store application dedicated to the sale of Surface, all its accessories, and peripherals.
Such a circumstance strongly suggests the possibility advanced some months ago that the tech giant Microsoft was going to bring the products we can find on the Microsoft Store website to the Windows 10 Application Store (now known as the Microsoft Store), thus unifying the two platforms.
As these suspicions fade away, it is expected that this will happen in the near future, as the tech giant Microsoft takes another step in unifying all its platforms. As we had already advanced, the change in the nomenclature of the Windows 10 Application Store indicated a hypothetical merger and this possibility now gains more force, and its implementation is almost confirmed.
In this way, users will have the ability to purchase almost any type of product needed for their use of Windows 10, from book applications to hardware and software licenses as well.
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