Everybody's got an App Store these days, and now that Windows 8 previews have been distributed, we're starting to glimpses of what may be the rumoured Windows 8 App Store.The image above is from Chinese website cnBeta, which appears to claim they're part of the Windows 8 preview build. As with the Mac App Store, you can still just download your apps from your browser, but if you like the whole end-to-end App Store experience, this Windows App Store doesn't look bad to us. Let's hear your thoughts in the comments. [cnBeta via ZDNet]
This Is What The Windows 8 App Store May Look Like
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