Viewing app updates in Windows 8 is a pain in the ass. When you see a small number in the corner of your Windows 8 Store tile this means you some apps with new versions. To get started you open the Windows 8 Store and then click the Updates link in the top corner. Good so far, though Microsoft might want to consider making that number indicator on the Store tile into a shortcut in order to save a click. This would mean you’d be able to bypass the store altogether; at this point Windows 8 is pretty antsy for you to wander in and check out their goods once in a while, so this will likely not be the case for a while.
So now you’re in the updates section. Let’s say you’ve got at least two apps that need updating. In Windows 8 both start out selected to make in easy to hit the Install button and install them all in the quickest way possible.
But c’mon, this is a Windows crowd. We want the dirty details. You can’t tell me that an app is updated and NOT tell me what’s been changed. Continue reading ›