Microsoft today updated the Windows Store, which ships on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 devices, with enhancements "that address customer feedback and make it a lot easier to find the apps you want." There are three big improvements worth noting: a new persistent navigation bar, multiple featured titles, and the ability for publishers to offer universal Windows apps. Until today, navigating the Windows Store required the user to first swipe their finger or right-click to show the top bar. Now, the navigation bar persists (it probably should have been there from the very start). Microsoft claims users want to quickly...

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