The next version of Microsoft’s eCommerce site for Mac, which will be called Microsoft Online Store, will be the same as the one in Windows.
That means that the new version of Windows 8 will be available to anyone running the latest version of the OS, which is scheduled to launch in April.
It’s worth noting that the OS version in Windows 8 is scheduled for release on March 29.
Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro are expected to arrive at the same time, with Windows 10 likely to follow in July.
The Windows Store will still support third-party merchants, but the Microsoft Store will be more than just a place to purchase things like software and peripherals.
It will also allow you to manage your own online shop, such as purchasing merchandise from a third-parties website.
The new Windows Store for Mac will be accessible through a Windows app that has been built around the same Windows 8 UI that powers the Windows 8.1 operating system.
In addition to being a Windows Store, the new Windows 8 Store will also be a Microsoft store, a new version that will be supported by Windows 8 users and will include Microsoft’s Office 365 services.
Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS will still run on all modern computers.
It supports desktop, laptop, tablet, and smartphone platforms.
The operating system will also continue to be available as a free upgrade for a limited time.