The Windows Store has begun to update on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile devices. This update brings a variety of visual changes associated with Microsoft’s new Fluent Design aesthetic that will become more apparent in future apps and operating system updates. Notable examples of the design change within the Windows Store are the new white boxes/grids that now separate Store items, the new font style, and the floating hero images.
Windows Insiders have already seen aspects of this design revamp in Insider builds but this is the first time that the everyday public Windows 10 user has seen the new look.
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