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The Windows 8.1 Store is far easier to use because it’s now a snap to search for what you want.

If you’ve used Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8, you’ve probably had a look at the Windows Store. The Windows Store is the place where you find all sorts of apps, both free and paid. But if you’ve spent any time in the old Windows Store, you know that it can be difficult to find exactly what you want. Windows 8.1 improves the Windows Store experience.

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