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    If you're looking to bring your traditional app to the Universal Windows Platform, this guide walks you through the steps to use the DesktopAppConverter to convert your app.

    On Windows 10, Microsoft is not only adding new features and making the operating system more secure, but it's also investing on making the Windows Store the single place for users to acquire apps.
    The caveat with the Windows Store is that it doesn't include support for distribution of traditional desktop applications -- you're only able to download Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps. However, Microsoft is making some changes, and now thanks to Desktop Bridge, we're slowly starting to see desktop apps and tools available in the Store.

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    10-06-2016 02:11 PM

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