Can Windows 8.1 avoid the fate of Windows 8? Take a look at Microsoft's newest OS.
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Windows 8 has suffered from a shortage of quality touch apps, compounded by the fact that the Windows Store makes it difficult to find those quality apps. The revamped Windows Store in Windows 8.1 is a different story. Apps are clearly organized in a single scrollable screen, instead of spread across tabs as in the previous version. The new store also includes an integrated search bar, whereas before you had to summon the hidden Search charm.
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