However, only those that were downloaded from the official store. The Microsoft Store should now be able to automatically install its programs on a new Windows 11 PC, making it easier for the user to “migrate” to the new system, because you still have to do this manually for each program in your library.
Microsoft is going to start testing a new feature in Windows Insider, said Microsoft Store General Manager Giorgio Sardo. Among other things, in his opinion, this will help software developers “save” their users, who after upgrading the computer may “forget” to reinstall their software (although in this case there is a logical question as to whether the program was necessary if the user forgot about it …).
Of course, this is a very important feature that should be in any system application store (and it is very surprising that Microsoft has not had it yet), but it will be really useful only when the average Windows 11 user will install the vast majority of their programs from the Microsoft Store, and not “individually” from the sites of their developers, as is happening now.
In addition to software recovery, Giorgio Sardo also talked about other new features that will appear in Windows 11 soon, for example, a system search in the Start menu will also search the Microsoft Store, and developers will receive a new tool Microsoft Store Ads.