Windows Web Experience Pack


AntonisCy

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Anyone know what "Windows Web Experience Pack" is?

It was installed through Microsoft Store (i saw it on my updates list).

But when i try to open this it does nothing. It must be an addon or something.

Thanks
 
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The first version of the Windows Web Experience Pack (WWEP) appeared in Microsoft Store. It is available to install on computers with Windows 10 2004 (build 19041 and higher). Because there is no official word from Microsoft on what WWEP does, we can only speculate that this component is responsible for updating core web components in the OS used by Store apps
 

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I think it's related to "Get Started"
 

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I'm on Windows 11 v 21H2 (Build 22000.282) and also received this update through the MS Store.
 

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Funny thing is, I can't find much info about it. But I almost fell out of my chair when I saw the Win10 logo at the head of its Store page. And then here's what it says by way of requirements:
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Go figure! I love these little MS mysteries. They keep life interesting and sometimes a little wobbly.
--Ed--

PS added next day: blogged about this today. Thanks for the inspiration. Here's that link:
 
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Managed to find some information about this app here .

Standard Disclaimer: There are links to non-Microsoft websites in this reply. The pages appear to be providing accurate, safe information. Watch out for ads on the sites that may advertise products frequently classified as a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Products). Thoroughly research any product advertised on the sites before you decide to download and install it.
 

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@IanMosley: I quoted the WinAero story in my blog post. It doesn't really say anything specific or insightful, which I why I say you can't find much about it anywhere -- even there! IMO, anyway. Thanks for pointing that out to other thread followers, though.
Best wishes,
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Apologies for bumping this old thread but has anybody got any meaningful information on this?

It updates in the MS Store quite often. I'm not one of these anti MS folks but I suspect that they're using it to upload meaningless apps and functions onto users.
 

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