Microsoft may soon rename the Windows Store in Windows 10 to “Microsoft Store” because it will better reflect the new content and categories added to the user. Although Microsoft has not yet announced this change, but today’s new report shows that in the enterprise customers and education market for the document, the company has the Windows Store has been renamed the Microsoft Store.
“You can use the Microsoft Store to find, retrieve, distribute and manage your organization’s or school applications.You can also work with developers to create applications that are only available to you,” said Microsoft in the documentation, “Welcome to the Microsoft Business and Education Store! Organize business applications. IT administrators can register for Microsoft Store for business and education and start using the application.
Renaming Windows Store to Microsoft Store is meaningful on Windows 10, especially since the software giant is adding content and product categories that are not necessarily related to Windows.
For example, although the Windows Store initially provided quick access to applications and games, but it has expanded to include music, movies, themes and browser extensions, Microsoft recently announced a full version of Office productivity suite in its Windows Store. At the same time, Microsoft is also testing through the store to sell Office 365 subscription service
At present, Microsoft has not officially announced the renaming of the Windows Store, but if the Windows Store does get a new name, it is expected in September launched Windows 10 Redstone 3 update Windows Store will be officially updated to a new name.