Windows Store update for Redstone brings back screenshots, adds Share button

Microsoft is pushing out a Store update for those using Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile in the Fast Ring (Redstone). Part of the new Store layout was causing issues related to pulling down screenshots from apps and games. As such, it was temporarily removed until Microsoft could fix the problem.

Build 11606.1000.43 is now available up from 11605.1000.113, and it brings back app and game screenshots as well as overall improved performance when the app grabs data from the cloud.

Also, there is also now a Share button to pass app and game links on to email, SMS, and other social apps on your device.

There are likely many other smaller improvements to the Store as Microsoft continues to prep for its public launch later in July with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

Grab the update from the link below or just check in your Store for a new update. The update applies to both Mobile and PC users on Redstone.

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Thanks, Aakash S., for the tip

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