Windows 11’s new Microsoft Store is now available for Windows 10 testers

Microsoft is nearing the release of Windows 11's new Microsoft Store. Microsoft has released the new app store to Windows 10 users in the Release Preview Ring, along with the final version of the Windows 10 November 2021 Update.
The Store updated is identical to that found on Windows 11. It offers greater access to win32 applications, a modern design and all the new apps that have recently made their way into Microsofts stores. The new Microsoft Store allows third-party stores such as the Epic Games Store, to be listed.

Today's exciting news is that the #MicrosoftStore, a modern design, support for win32 applications, Disney+ movies, and much more, is now available to Windows 10 insiders! Rudy Huyn (@RudyHuyn) October 27, 2021

Microsoft's new approach to its Store also means that a flood of apps has finally arrived. These include Discord, Zoom VLC, TeamViewer and Visual Studio Code. You can list any browser in the store, but Opera and Yandex Browser have been listed so far.

To test the new Microsoft Store for Windows 10, you will need to join the Release Preview Insider Ring. In the next few weeks, the Store update will be available for all Windows 10 users.