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    Microsoft will be removing apps from the Windows Store that do not comply with the International Age Rating Coalition's (IARC) rating system. The company has warned developers that apps and games not rated with the new age system by September 30 will be removed from the Windows Store. The new system, as noted by Neowin, makes it easier for developers to have their content comply with regional authorities like PEGI and ESRB without having to configure multiple ratings.

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    06-17-2016 08:42 AM

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