1. MrElectrifyer's Avatar
    Given how UWP apps are sandboxed, is it even possible for a Win32 application like say iTunes to be ported over to the Windows Store? Can UWP apps provide system-integrated drivers and services like Win32 apps? Can they connect to and manage external USB peripherals like an iOS device in this case? Or is UWP too limited for such at this time?

    I'm asking 'cause from the looks of it, that's another major flaw with Windows 10 S if UWP apps can't do all of the above...
    05-07-2017 03:31 AM
  2. Drael646464's Avatar
    I googled that. Looks like it according to this, that you can access peripherals of a variety of kinds:

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...e-capabilities
    05-07-2017 09:05 AM

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