Microsoft Corporation has been going through lots of changes since last year. The latest development in its operations is the plan to ditch Windows Store and bring Microsoft Store back to life.

Microsoft is now finalising the official Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which is due for release in October. Alongside the debut of the new operating system upgrade is the release of Microsoft Store.

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The rebranding starts on Saturday with the update to its Insiders in the Release Preview ring for Windows 10. Windows Store also has a new logo and icon in the Taskbar and Start menu which is expected to complement Microsoft Store.

Rumours on Microsoft's plans to scrap Windows Store first broke out back in 2016. According to earlier reports, the cloud software company will go beyond just apps, games and digital contents once Microsoft Store is in full form, offering more products made by the company and its partners just like the online Microsoft Store which currently offers hardware and software products.

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WCCFTech speculates Microsoft will also offer Surface and Xbox products along with the digital content on Microsoft Store. While nothing official has been revealed, the company is expected to introduce the new store next month.