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Kodi beta 17 is available in the Microsoft Store
Kodi himself with the desktop Bridge functionality in the Microsoft Store as a Universal app Windows platform made available. Microsoft has selected itself actively with Kodi every app to turn over the Desktop App Converter.
Initially tested the team Kodi Kodi reaction with v16, but decided that the beta Kodi v17 to be the first Microsoft Store app for the general public. Yet Kodi currently only runs on versions of Windows 10 for desktop and Surface computers. So still have ‘significant changes’ to be made to the app can also be run on the Xbox, writes the team on his blog.
Kodi v17 Beta 2 is the version of the Microsoft Store state and will also receive updates via the Store up to the final release. Then keep the versions from entering the store are on finals and standard no betas longer offered. In addition to the store version remains the standard version available at Kodi’s own site.
Since the Anniversary Update Windows 10, it is possible to run UWP apps via the built-in desktop Bridge functionality. Recently gave Microsoft the first apps created using the Desktop App Converter in the Store, including apps like Evernote and Arduino IDE.Viewing:-112
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