Although Microsoft has worked hard to improve the application ecosystem of the Microsoft Store since the introduction of the Windows 10 system, it has always had little effect. Developers and consumers alike will not use the Microsoft Marketplace as their preferred place to publish and acquire apps, and will continue to focus more on Win32 apps.
While win32 apps will remain the primary way to open Windows 10 systems for the foreseeable future, the Microsoft Marketplace may be able to develop some loyal users through user interface optimization and application enrichment.
In addition to applying this largest board, Microsoft Marketplace’s user interface has a lot of room for improvement. Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Rana, a well-known designer, recently released a concept version of the Microsoft Marketplace, further highlighting the importance of Collections in the Microsoft Marketplace.
Collection is an effective way for users to find applications on the Microsoft Mall, through the home page collection can provide personalized recommendations according to the different scenarios, to help users find the right application for their own. For example, Custom Windows Desktop, Apps for Senior Users, and so on.