Windows 10 Store Beta gets another update with Live Tile option, improvements and more

Windows 10 store beta gets another update with live tile option, improvements and more

Microsoft continues to issue updates to Windows 10 and Windows 10 Store beta app with new features and improvements. Last night, as spotted by the folks at Windows Central, Microsoft pushed an update for Windows 10 Store Beta app and comes with a number of improvements and enhancements.

With the latest update for Windows 10 Store Beta, users can automatically download and update their apps. Previously, they had to check for the updates manually and see if there were any updates available. The "update apps automatically" toggle is available in the Store app, which can be enabled now.

There's a Live Tile toggle, but it's grayed out at the moment. Furthermore, there are some UI improvements which make the apps more stable and easy-to-use, along with the usual bug fixes. 

If you're running Windows 10, update the Windows 10 Store Beta app and let us know if you can notice any other changes.

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