Windows users will also need to figure out whether a particular app will be updated via the Microsoft Store or whether it will rely on a separate installation tool. The Principal Architect of Microsoft Store, Rudy Hyun, responded to a Twitter user stating that Microsoft will try to clarify which update mechanism will be used for a particular app directly in its store listing:
You can decide to install or not an application based on who updates it. We tried to be very transparent, there is a text below the app name: pic.twitter.com/nRln1F9quE
— Rudy Hyun (@RudyHyun) July 22, 2021
Microsoft wanted to give developers more freedom by supporting a variety of frameworks, payment solutions, and update mechanisms, but in doing so it also made the Microsoft Store more complex. Microsoft's solution is less restrictive than Apple's App Store, but the latter is easier for most people to use.
The Redmond company has yet to clarify some of the more mysterious aspects of the new Microsoft Store, which should debut alongside Windows 11 but will also arrive on Windows 10.
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Windows 11, new details on updating apps on the Microsoft Store