Windows News Recap: Windows 11-inspired user interface is coming to all Office for Windows users, app version numbers are rolling back to the Microsoft Store, and more


Welcome to our Windows News recap, where we review the top stories from the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Office for Windows makes new Windows 11-inspired user interface available to all users

A new user interface, inspired by the design of Windows 11, has been released and made available to all Office for Windows users. The most notable changes include rounded corners and a more neutral color scheme.

Windows 11 inch closer to 10% market share in latest AdDuplex survey

According to the latest AdDuplex report, Windows 11 has passed the 10% market share mark. However, in a separate study conducted by Lansweeper, only 0.21% of the over 10 million Windows PCs are running Windows 11, telling a different story than AdDuplex.

Windows 11 inch nears 10% market share in the latest adduplex - onmsft survey.  Com - November 30, 2021

App version numbers return to Microsoft Store listings on Windows 10 and 11

According to a new report, Microsoft is working to bring app version numbers back to the Microsoft Store, so that it’s more easily available to access an app’s version number from the App Store itself. This change should apply to both Windows 10 and Windows 11.

The app version numbers return in Microsoft store listings in Windows 10 and 11 - onmsft.  Com - November 29, 2021

It’s all for this week. We will be back next week with more Windows news.

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