Desktop apps make their way into the Windows Store
Sean Gallagher reader comments 18 Share this story Traditional desktop Windows applications can now be distributed and sold through the Windows Store, with note-taking application Evernote being one of the first to use this new capability. Until now, applications built for and sold through the Windows Store in Windows 10 have been built for the Universal...
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