To compliment its single unified application platform unveiled last year Microsoft announced that it would also unify the Store experience. Previously the company had separate apps for music, movies, TV shows and software. It’s now bringing all of it under one umbrella. This single unified Store experience will allow people to browse and purchase apps, games, music, movies and TV shows from one place.


Microsoft has already flipped the switch on TV and Movies, both now have their own sections in the Windows Store, so the standalone apps are no longer required. The company has said that in the next update the Music section will go live.

The Music page will be added to Store Beta in the coming weeks. Initially only those who are taking part in the Windows 10 public preview will get to try it.

However before this build of Windows 10 arrives, Microsoft is going to release a new build of Windows 10 for Phones on Friday. The company is running public preview programs for both softwares.

The company has also revealed that offline download capability will be added soon to the new Windows Store, allowing users to download their content which can then be accessed even if there’s no internet connection.

Windows 10 will be released to consumers this summer.

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