The new Windows 8.1 Update will be launched next week and it comes with lot of improvisation and features for both Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 PC users. In the BUILD 2014 conference that a short span ago, the redesigned Windows Store in the updated version allows for downloading and purchasing Modern UI apps. The session of the BUILD conference was available for watching on Channel 9 website and showed the presence of Windows Store by default in the desktop taskbar in the updated version.
After you launch the Windows Store you will find a menu bar on the top . The menu bar is actually a drop down box with various sub categories like “Top Charts” “Collections” and more. This aims for a more user friendly approach and users can find out appa more easily from the list. The categories offer a list of apps that are highly recommended for each category. The paid apps would be displayed with their current price and crossing through their original price in Store.
Some more small additions will be evident once the operating system gets officially launched on April 8th.