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Microsoft puts first apps created with desktop Bridge in Windows Store
The first applications that are created using the desktop app converter desktop Bridge are listed in the Windows Store. It’s about a dozen apps, including Evernote and Magix Movie Edit Pro. The applications are now working through the Universal Windows platform or UWP.
With the help of the Desktop App Converter enables developers to their Win32 and .Net apps convert so that access to the UWP and the Windows Store. The converted applications also have access to Live Tiles, Cortana and notifications.
The converted apps are available for users running Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Among the first apps that are converted, falling alongside Evernote and Magix, Arduino IDE, doubleTwist, Photoscape, Virtual Robotics Kit Relab, SQL Pro, Voya Media Predicted Desire and korAccount.
The Desktop App Converter is available for download from the Windows Store. Other installers have also added support for desktop Bridge, such as InstallShield, WiX and Advanced Installer.Viewing:-81
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