The Windows 10 version of Microsoft’s popular Xbox Live antivirus app for Mac has been removed from the App Store after a lengthy bug review process, leaving users with a blank slate to choose from.

While the app has been available for purchase for some time, Microsoft has not yet made it available to download for the Windows 10 Pro version of Windows 10, which has been the default operating system for many months.

The app has never been an active part of Microsoft Windows, and was not available to users who had already installed it on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.

The App Store for Windows 10 allows users to purchase apps from the Windows Store and add them to their favorites.

However, it is not the first time that Microsoft has pulled a plug on an application that has been widely used by its users.

In March 2017, the company shut down its popular Skype video calling app and removed the Skype Connect service, an Xbox Live service that allowed users to make and receive video calls from their computers.

It is unclear whether Microsoft plans to continue to remove the app for Windows users who are using a different version of the operating system.

Microsoft has not released any official statement regarding the new issue with the Xbox Live app.