In our recap for the last week of 2021, we walk you through all the important stuff that happened in the world of Microsoft in the past few days, with a dash of nostalgia for good measure.
Windows 11 22H2 build 22621.160 (RTM) gets File Explorer Tab navigation
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Windows 11 in the Dev Channel fixes Windows Security app issues, and more
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Microsoft has fixed the problem between the Microsoft Store and WSATools whereupon the app would not show up on the Store when a user searched for it, a fake app was appearing in its place.
A new imposter app for WSATools has appeared on the Microsoft Store which comes up when you search for "WSATools". This app seems like a copy-paste hack job of the still missing WSATools.
It's been a relatively slow week due to the holidays in the U.S., but there are still notable news items you might want to catch up on including a complaint against Microsoft in the EU.
WSATools' developer Simone Franco has shared the reasons for his app's removal from the Microsoft Store. There was a bit of commotion on the matter as the app was removed without proper explanation.
Microsoft had removed a software called WSATools from its Store without providing detailed reasons. The firm has now "apologized" and restored it, although it was "rightful" in removing it.
WSATools has been pulled from the Microsoft Store by Microsoft itself. The software allowed users to sideload android APKs without going into much hassle like that of using the adb command line.