Microsoft will revoke access to the Windows Store from those running older Windows 10 builds

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Microsoft will revoke access to the windows store from those running older windows 10 builds

Windows Insiders, if for some reason you are not running the latest Windows 10 build (10240), Microsoft will be imposing limitations on you starting today.

In an announcement, Microsoft revealed that access to the Windows Store will be revoked from anyone running an older Insider Preview of Windows 10. This is done to ensure that users take advantage of all the latest bug fixes and performance improvements, offering a more reliable user experience.

Users will also need to be running the latest version of the Windows Store, which is current version 2015.7.22.2. Older versions will display a message and a button to upgrade to the latest version.

Now that Windows is offered as a service, it will be interesting to see how Microsoft will respond to users who are not running the absolute latest version of Windows put out, and what other limitations the company might impose. Let us know your thoughts on the matter in the comments section below.

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