As we already reported, Microsoft brought a new awesome looking store for Windows 10 users. It was cool, good looking and feature packed one. It was simply a mind blowing update. But at the same time the new store consist of more than 10 big bugs which are really annoying. So Microsoft released a new update today and pulled the new design of the store. That means the store is now again same as previous one. I just asked to Microsoft about the reason behind this. They said that the new store wasn’t ready for public realease, so it should have so many bugs. That may be the reason behind this.
But don’t worry, Microsoft will release it to public by fixing all issues.
Update – Store Update is still live
It seemed like Microsoft had removed this update for their Store app which they recently rolled out. However we made a mistake with that and can give you some update information on that now. As Brandon Le Blanc reports, who is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft on the Windows Insider Program Team in WDG, the update has not been canceled.
Since there was a problem with updating apps with the first version of the updated store, there was a chance that Microsoft temporarily removed the update from their servers. However, as you can see in the tweet embed belo, the update is still available for Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring, but will not be available for older builds of Windows 10 Mobile. Unlike of other app preview programs like Groove Music was a part of, a few weeks ago, the new store app will not be published fot the public until the release of the Windows Anniversary update in July.
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No we did not pull the Store update and the screenshot is from a pretty old build. https://t.co/m4BrGcdUrh
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) May 23, 2016
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