As a super popular open source 3D authoring application, Blender is now available on the Microsoft Store, and interested friends can experience it on the Windows 10 platform.
Previously, Blender had been successful on almost every available platform. Users of the Windows 10 Fall creator update (and subsequent versions) can download the 319.2MB installation package through the Microsoft Store.
As a 3D authoring application, it supports modeling, engraving, assembly, 3D / 2D animation, simulation, rendering, motion tracking and video editing.
It is worth mentioning that although the Windows platform already has the Win32 version of Blender, the biggest surprise of this update is the support for Windows 10 S mode.
With the strong push of Microsoft, shipments of Windows 10 S devices are expected to grow significantly – such as the entry-level, Face Go for student groups.
This type of device can only obtain verified content through the Microsoft Store to prevent user devices from being contaminated with malware.