With just a couple of weeks remaining until Windows 10 officially launches, Microsoft is busying itself by readying manufacturers and fans for the update. In this endeavor, the company has launched various campaigns, formulated partnerships with companies, as well as offered to deliver Windows 10 for free to eligible customers starting July 29. Its latest effort involves the launch of Microsoft's Universal App Store on the web ahead of Windows 10 release.

The one-stop shop for all of Microsoft's devices and apps was first announced back in September 2014 as a way to unify the Windows ecosystem. The new app store allows users to access all their favorite content conveniently instead of navigating to different sites. While the design itself doesn't look as pretty as it previously did, it's still tidy and easy to navigate...


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