We’ve had a couple of leaked images over the past few weeks of various new features that we are expecting to see in the Windows 8 beta that is expected to launch sometime next year around February. The other week Microsoft decided to fill us in a bit more on the new Windows 8 app store. We discovered that Microsoft will have the ability to delete and stop apps running remotely and that Microsoft will also allow open source apps on their app store.
Now we have a few more leaked images of the Windows 8 app store, as well as a few of the upcoming Music app for Windows 8. The leaks come once again from WinUnleaked.tk
The screenshot below shows the application list in the Windows 8 store, and the one below it shows a new download manager for these apps
The next screenshots are from the new Music app that looks to incorporate the whole Metro UI into it once more. There’s not a whole lot, but it seems ok so far, and I’m sure it’ll be dead simple to use on tablets
The following screenshot then shows how the music app appears when a user uses the split feature in Windows 8
Of course since all these images are leaks, chances are that Microsoft are still working on tweaking all these apps, we’ll get our first proper official look at them hopefully in February when the Windows 8 beta is released.