A more recent Windows 10 Cloud build has just leaked, and this one can run desktop apps in the Windows Store ported through the Centennial bridge just fine.
Reports show Redmond giant will use its own converter to release it’s Office suite of products to the Windows Store.
Windows 10 for developers is getting better and better. While the Windows Store app gap problem is still a huge issue for Microsoft and Windows 10, it may take some time for before Windows fans see the apps they want in the Windows Store. At the moment, there are plenty of helpful apps to get developers of any experience level started on creating Windows 10 apps.
Microsoft’s Channel 9 went into some additional details about the Desktop App Converter tool with Windows Developer CVP Kevin Gallo.
Microsoft has updated the Desktop App Converter for packaging Win32 apps for publishing in the Windows Store.
Microsoft has updated the Desktop App Converter to support Windows 10 builds including the current Windows 10 Anniversary Update preview build 14393 and more.
During Build 2016, Microsoft unveiled a cool app converter that turns desktop applications into Universal Windows 10 apps. Essentially, the Desktop App Converter serves as a bridging tool between Win32 apps and Universal Windows Apps, in much the same way that Project Islandwood does for iOS apps. Run a Win32 app through the Converter, test it, […]