Blender for Windows 10 Now Available for Download


Super-popular open-source 3D creation suite Blender is now available for download on Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store.

The application, which is already highly successful on pretty much every platform where it’s available, requires Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and newer and comes packed in a 319.2 MB archive that anyone can get for free from the Microsoft Store.

If you’ve never heard of Blender, it’s a 3D creation program that supports a wide array of features like modeling, sculpting, rigging, 3D and 2D animations, simulations, rendering, motion tracking, and video editing, as mentioned in the Store.

Windows 10 in S Mode

While for Windows 10 users this isn’t necessarily a big release, since a Win32 version of Blender already existed, the news here is that the app thus becomes available for those running Windows 10 in S Mode too.
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