The Microsoft Store Brings Remote Install, Wish List & More Features
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The Microsoft Store Brings Remote Install, Wish List & More Features

With Latest set of Updates for The Microsoft Store Brings Remote Install as well as wish list with the addition of Department Section. The said features are being tested and are not available for everyone,

These are available for Store App on Windows 10.

  • Microsoft Store Brings Remote Install

Among all the remote install a small addition but is so much useful for users to install app remotely at your home, work or even on your Windows 10 Mobile devices if possible (Have not checked it though).

An “Install on my devices” option will let you queue up app & game installs for your other Windows 10 devices.

It will show up list of devices in your account to install app or game.

  • Microsoft Store Brings Wish List

Another addition “Wish List” its nice & to be seen if it works similar to any E-Commerce Marketplace offerings. 

While browsing the store, you can mark apps, games, and other offerings to be added to your wish list. From there, you can view your wish list at any time from the ellipses menu next to your profile icon.

There no option available to share the wish list among others, maybe coming soon.

There’s also a new “Cart” section available on top of the Store, where you can queue up items you want to purchase.

Now with these additions we can say the Microsoft Store is picking up with Google Play Store.

What’s your take on this? Share your view’s in comments section.

Source – Windows Central

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