- This article is about the Windows app marketplace. For the Xbox equivalent, see Microsoft Store (Xbox). For the website equivalent, see microsoft.com. For the defunct retail equivalent, see Microsoft Store (retail).
2011 (Computex Developer Preview Mockup)
The icon used for the 2011 Computex show in Taiwan.
2011 (Windows 8 Developer Preview)
2011–2012 (Windows 8 Pre-Consumer Preview)
2012 (Windows 8 Consumer Preview)
2012 (Windows 8 Release Preview)
2012–2013 (Windows 8)
2013–2017 (Windows 8.1-10, Xbox One)
On October 22, 2017, the Windows Store was renamed as the Microsoft Store. This change first appeared in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
In 2020, Microsoft changed the Store icon to fit the new Fluent Design language.
In 2021, Microsoft changed the Store icon as part of redesigning the Microsoft Store app for Windows 11. The all-new Microsoft Store app might be available on Windows 10 in the future.
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