New Windows Store screenshots leaked

After what seemed like a lull in the late summer months, has reopened the Windows 8 floodgates and is providing a few more screenshots inside Microsoft's newly announced Windows Store. According to the source, the images show the download manager (bottom image) and also a top application list (top image).

While the new images do not show any groundbreaking new features, with Windows 8 is still a few months away from public beta, this will have to do for now. Microsoft is currently scheduled to deliver a Windows 8 beta to the public in late February.

The source has also indicated that you no longer need an internal domain address to access the store and that by simply using your Live ID, you can venture into Microsoft's latest application playground.

If that is not enough good news, Winunleaked is also saying that they will be posting up "full review about Windows Store, ReFS Part2 & a new feature for the touch keyboard!".

Want to learn more about Windows 8? Head on over to the forums to get your fix.

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