We already have the last version of Windows 11 in the channel for insiders, and has a good amount of changes, but especially with targeted improvements to the Microsoft store.
Basically, now we are going to be able to download and install free applications and games from the Microsoft Store directly from the search results without having to go to the product page.
So when we search within the Microsoft store, we simply have to hover over the application that interests us and that has appeared in the search results, and hit the install button.
It is not the only change made in this latest update to Windows 11 in the Microsoft Store, as Microsoft has now also redesigned the app purchase page to more closely align with the design language we see in the operating system.
On the other hand, the user interface for rating applications from the app itself has also been updated to match the visual style of Windows 11.
Other new features included in the latest Windows 11 beta update
The keyboard “print screen” button will now launch the Snipping Tool app by default, although we can still disable this in the settings area.
Microsoft is also now allowing us to uninstall the Camera app that comes with Windows 11 so we can save disk space.
This preview for insiders also includes the ability to minimize the progress window for BitLocker encryption, the ability to apply text scaling settings to remote desktop sessions, and a change to Windows Sandbox to be able to respect the host system settings if the primary mouse button has been changed in the settings application.