1. BethlehemSteel's Avatar
    With the incentive for schools to get the new 10S computer/system - do you think this will have an impact on developers making apps for the system? Will this help out their phones?
    05-02-2017 02:34 PM
  2. camaroz1985's Avatar
    Might have an impact, but most likely the first apps that come over will be PC only. I think the end goal is to get apps in the store, and then at some point make them UWP, and available for Xbox and mobile.
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    05-02-2017 03:21 PM
  3. SlideWRX's Avatar
    I don't think there will be much impact at all on phones. Even if a LOT of new apps show up for mobile, it really won't move the bar without a major hardware push from MS.
    I think for games however, a lot more high quality games will show up on the store. Games that need a lot of power will stay with steam, but anything that doesn't need the latest GPU will want the customer base that can't/won't go to steam.
    If a lot of universities move to W10S, then student versions of powerful software suites would need to go to the store. I am thinking of CAD and engineering analysis software, but other areas would move too.
    07-20-2017 02:07 PM
  4. xandros9's Avatar
    I think it's a move to promote the Store on PC but given that apps can and often are PC only, its doubtful that apps will trickle down to the phones.
    07-20-2017 09:13 PM

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