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Microsoft is planning to rebrand the Windows Store on Windows 10 to Microsoft Store where the company will sell more than just Apps and Games. The change is rolling out today for those on the Release Preview ring.

Microsoft has pushed out an update for the Store app which rebrands the app from Windows Store to Microsoft Store and brings a new icon for the live tiles. Although the icon looks unfinished at the moment, it does give an insight on what’s about to come. Microsoft could be rebranding the Windows Store to give users access to more products in Windows 10. It’s possible the company could soon allow users to buy things like its Surface hardware, or third-party products like the Fitbit from within the Microsoft Store app.

The company hasn’t officially announced the change yet so we assume that it is just for the testing purposes right now. Stay tuned to know when it becomes official. For now, head to the comments section below to let us know your thoughts on this change.

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