Recent news suggests that the Windows 11 Microsoft App Store has been in the preview or beta stage. The users with access to the new Windows 11 App store can see the word “Preview” in the upper left corner of the title bar.
According to Windows Latest reports, before the official release of Windows 11, the Microsoft App Store has finally shown up as the official version, and the first stable version is now available for Windows Insider users.
The new design of the Microsoft Store is consistent with the UI changes brought about by the Windows 11 upgrade. For example, the store no longer uses WebView but has been updated with native XAML components, with better performance and better touch screen support.
The Windows 11 application store also provides a new development strategy, which is now open to all third-party application stores. Developers can submit unpackaged desktop applications (Win32) to the market to support MSI software packages. Epic Games and Amazon have been able to bypass Microsoft’s commercial platform and are not drawn by Microsoft.
We do understand that Microsoft officially gives third-party developers great “freedom” in policy, allowing Win32, .NET, UWP, Xamarin, Electron, React Native, Java and even Progressive Web Apps to be listed, and almost without any commission, developers who use third-party payments can get 100% of the income as opposed to the policies applied by Apple.
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