According to a report by Windows Central, the Microsoft Store will get the same design revamp as the rest of the Windows 10 UI, codenamed “Sun Valley,” which is expected to land this fall. The reimagined store will continue to be a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application and keep receiving monthly updates that offer new features and improvements.
Some of the graphical alterations include a new layout, interface, icons, and animations. It’s also said to offer more stability when downloading large games, which can be a pain, as anyone who’s installed the likes of Gears 5 (114.6GB) will attest to. But the biggest changes are behind the scenes.