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Microsoft is Likely to Bring a Single Application to Win11 Microsoft Store

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Microsoft Store is one of the most used applications on PCs. Microsoft predominantly focuses on the vast improvement of the app in numerous aspects.

Recently, Microsoft has brought up a single application of its Office series on the Microsoft Store; it will allow the users to choose the app they want to download. People who want to download particular apps from the Microsoft platform and see a whole pack of the office suite downloading from the apps store would be annoying because of the amount of time it consumes.

As a new year initiative, Microsoft exhibited a great concept to gradually increase the user preferences of the Microsoft Store.

In other words, if the users don’t want the complete office suite to be downloaded on their machines, they can download specific Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications directly from the Microsoft Store. The new changes are now begun to take off from the house of Microsoft for all users of Windows 11, howbeit, as of now, not all users will get the download button moment, or maybe this change is still in progress, and Microsoft is likely to announce the new changes later this week.

If this latest update starts to roll out all across the platform, undoubtedly, it can be the one epic turnover from Microsoft in terms of user experience. Recently, Microsoft Exchange faced sturdy kickstarts to the New Year, as the dominant email platform was struck by a Y2K22 bug, which stopped the users from checking their inboxes.

Howbeit, users initially thought it was happening because of their poor connection. Eventually, they realized it was the service all along, and Microsoft promptly rolled out an update to fix the issues. “It is not a failure of the AV engine itself. This is not an issue with malware scanning or the malware engine, and it is not a security-related issue,” Microsoft said in a security update.”The version checking performed against the signature file is causing the malware engine to crash, resulting in messages being stuck in transport queues,” Microsoft explained.


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