The Apple Store will get some competition at Westfield Montgomery Mall next week when the Microsoft Store makes its long-awaited debut just down the hall. The new store will provide a showcase for the company’s latest PCs, tablets, software, phones and Xboxes, with gaming demos near the entrance to draw people in. Customers also can turn to Microsoft’s Answer Desk (much like Apple’s Genius Bar) for real-life help with all kinds of technical issues. “We don’t care who made it or where you got it — we are there to answer your question or solve your problem,” says Microsoft communications exec Jonathan Adashek. “If you have a virus on your machine, we’ll get rid of it. If you bought Microsoft Office and want to put it on your Mac, we’ll do that.” The store’s grand opening, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 22, will offer a chance to play Xbox One with baseball star Stephen Strasburg.