- Microsoft launched a new web version of the app store for Windows 11, 10, and Xbox.
- The new web store aligns the design with the Microsoft Store app.
- You can use the Microsoft Store (web) to download apps, games, and videos.
Microsoft introduces a new web version of the app store for Windows 11. According to a post on X (formerly Twitter), an engineer from the company announced the Microsoft Store, noting that the site uses Shoelace, Lit, Vite, and a C# ASPNET backend, replacing the old React web coding.
The new web version of the Microsoft Store includes an interface similar to the app already available on Windows 11, 10, and Xbox, meaning that users should be able to find, download, and install apps without a learning curve.
The homepage includes a carousel featuring the most interesting apps, games, and movies from the Store, and then, the page is divided into different sections surfacing essential apps, games, movies, and TV. In addition, the page includes a list of the top and productivity apps, weekly deals, top-selling entertainment, and more.
Although there’s a new version of the Microsoft Store, this is just an additional place to find the apps since there are no plans to replace the store app in the operating system, and you’ll need the app to complete the download and installation.