The Windows Store’s Fluent Design update is rolling out to all Windows 10 users

Jack Wilkinson

Windows Store

In Microsoft’s ongoing quest to bring Windows 10 into its new design language, Fluent Design, the company has now begun rolling out as an update to the Windows Store that delivers a card-based design, as well as a full Fluent Design revamp.

In addition to the obvious design changes, Microsoft has also added a new “Pin to Start” button on listing pages, allowing an app to be quickly and easily pinned to Windows 10’s Start Menu.

This update, coming for all Windows 10 users, should be available as an update from within the Windows Store itself, but may not be available straightaway, so we recommend checking back regularly.