Coinciding with today’s launch of Windows 7, the Microsoft Online Store has added several new products to its lineup, the most notable of which is PCs! Although Microsoft itself is not a computer manufacturer, it’s nice to be able to go to one location to browse through all the different desktops, laptops, and netbooks which are currently available – and running the new OS, of course.
In addition to the PCs category, the online store has also added select 3rd party software, accessories, and gaming products, including a lot of the top selling Xbox 360 titles, reports Trevin Chow, the Senior Lead Program Manager for Microsoft Store.
The store has also been given a revamped interface designed to simplify navigation. The new site offers a re-designed categorization, navigation, and filtering system that aims to help you find the products you need more quickly.
These additions and changes have been added thanks to numerous usability studies and direct customer feedback about what they would like to see in the store – data which has been collected since the store’s launch in November of last year.
After visiting the new store, you’re invited to provide feedback by sending a tweet to Trevin with your thoughts.
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