Windows 10: Microsoft Quick Start, Windows Store (For Personal Computers)

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Quick Start: Windows Store

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Three ways to open the Store

There’s a button on the taskbar
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Or look for a tile on the Start  menu
Search for “Store”

 

 

Home has a little bit of everything
Don’t need to see it all?

Browse a category.

Looking for something specific?

Search is quickest.

Sign in here

If you have a Microsoft account, you’ll be signed in automatically. No account? Tap or click here to get started.

Save time with lists and curated content

See what’s popular and what our editors like in convenient lists.

Don’t forget to scroll!

There’s a lot going on down here.

 

It’s about you

Sign in here

If you have a Microsoft account, you’ll be signed in automatically. No account? Tap or click here to get started.

Want the latest?

Review history and check for new updates.

What’s your preference?

Control app updates, live tiles, and more.

Looking to buy?

Set up or update how you want to pay.

 

Get your apps on all your Windows devices

  1. Select your account photo
  2. My library
  3. Pick apps and then Download

Get down to business

If you open the Store at work, you might see a category at the top of Home with your organization’s name.

That means your organization has already picked out some apps for you, and this is where you can download them to your device. The apps might include common business tools, like Excel and OneNote, or internal resources, such as your HR app or an accounting program.

 

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