However, it is still unclear how migration will work. It is conceivable that Microsoft decides to automatically move all extensions to the Store without requiring developer intervention. Extensions such as Outlook e LastPass per Edge, for example, they are already available in the Store.
However, Microsoft will continue to keep its web-based add-on store running. This is because the browser-accessible add-on store is the only way to install extensions on Windows 7, macOS or Linux, where the Microsoft Store is not available.
In addition to Edge and its extensions, the Microsoft Store in Windows 11 will also integrate many other applications that weren't there before. The application has already been included in the preview build of Windows 11 OBS Studios, one of the most popular productivity tools. But they are also available WinZip, Zoom and other desktop apps. This is a great start for a Store that has struggled since the days of Windows 8 and failed to attract big names due to strict Windows 10 policies. Thankfully, Microsoft has finally figured out its mistake and loosened all policies. key.
By the end of the year, Microsoft's updated app store will begin rolling out to Windows 10 and Windows 11 users. On Windows 10, the new store will be made available via a Microsoft Store update, while it will be pre-installed on Windows 11. .
Windows 11, the new Microsoft Store will be even more important