herrtontParticipantCookies: 40.00Level 1herrtont @ September 26, 2019 at 10:09 pm#18968 |
Many claim the Microsoft Store in Windows 10 is a waste of resources for Microsoft and developers, as only a very small number of users actually sees it as the main voloco full destination when it comes to installing apps on their devices.
While I’m not a big fan of the Microsoft Store either, I do use it occasionally to install new apps and update the existing ones. And despite launching it every now and then, I still music maker jam come across shortcomings that more or less affect the experience with the Microsoft Store, and which if addressed could make everything so much better for those using it on a regular basis. The ideas that you can find below are only small refinements that Microsoft should introduce for edjing pro the Microsoft Store, but some think a more dramatic overhaul with many more new features is required.
However, if Microsoft addresses the points below, the Store can become a lot more useful. “Mandatory “What’s new” section” One of the most annoying things in the Microsoft Store is that some apps receive updates without actually telling users what’s changed in the new version. In other words, way too many apps come without a changelog, which pretty much means that users need to install these apps without knowing what to expect after that. Microsoft should make changelogs for app updates boom music player mandatory, and I’m not just talking about “bug fixes and improvements,” but about real changelogs with a closer look at what the developer actually improved or optimized in the app.
This is something that’s happening in other app stores as well, such as in the Google Play Store, where too many apps are updated with vague changelogs only pointing to general improvements that bring zero value to the user.
MaxParticipantCookies: 330.00Level 1Max @ October 2, 2019 at 2:44 pm#19042 |
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