An update to the Windows 10 Store introduces the option to toggle automatic app updates, also bringing a "My Library" feature that gives you an overview of all the content purchased from the store.
The update — which is now rolling out to Windows Insiders on the latest Insider Preview of Windows 10 (build 10074) — comes with minor UI tweaks to the overall look of the Windows Store, as well as a download icon on the home page that lets you check the status of your downloads.
You guys noticing anything else that's new? Let us know in the comments below.
Thanks, Aakash S., for the tip!
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