Microsoft brings desktop apps to the Windows Store
Microsoft is finally allowing third-party developers to bring their existing desktop apps and games to the Windows Store.
When the Store was launched alongside Windows 8, it was only used to push new universal apps from Microsoft.
Starting this week, some apps like Evernote, Arduino IDE, double Twist, PhotoScape, MAGIX Movie Edit Pro, Virtural Robotics Kit, Relab, SQL Pro and Voya Media are all available on Windows Store.
The update doesn’t mean that all those apps that you love will be shipped onto the Windows Store, it will take some time before it all comes.
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