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    There are a lot of articles on the internet about the Developer options in Windows 10. But all of them just show how to enable developer options from the Settings app and the security breaches it could cause. None of them actually tell "how to" sideload apps.

    We all know about the many ways to sideload apps on Windows Phone or Android by getting their respective app packages from the internet. So, how the process of sideloading apps on Windows 10 (for PC) would differ from it's phone counterpart? Would I have to get the APPX file from Microsoft's universal app store on the internet (I don't know if that is possible) or some other way?

    Just for knowledge purpose. Not intended to do so at a time when cracked apps are still not available for Windows 10
    07-31-2015 08:20 AM

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