Widgets in Windows 11 have proved somewhat divisive, but arguably the feature hasn’t been as popular as Microsoft had hoped.
Part of the problem is the lack of cool and useful widgets available, and Microsoft has previously hinted that they can provide support for creations from other companies that can be installed and updated via own software store. Now, there’s more evidence that Windows 11 users can soon install third-party widgets through the Microsoft Store.
FireCubeStudio has always been reliably responsible for exploiting hints of Microsoft’s future plans for widgets in Windows 11.
In a screenshot shared in a tweet, FireCube says that the update to the add-on manifest is “more proof that third-party add-ons and updates can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store” :
As unofficial news, there’s obviously no hint as to when this much-awaited support might land on Windows 11. But for those who have been disappointed that Microsoft hasn’t lived up to their hopes and expectations with widgets, any upgrade to the system simply cannot come anytime soon. full.
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