Microsoft is introducing the changes that it had made to Windows Store as the Premier date of the newer OS is getting closer. It is going to be available in 26 markets (so far) bringing up the things on which consumers need a response. In the response the company has added a navigation bar that will link users directly to the apps they already own. Desktop apps appears from June 1st but when the user click on to the link, will be redirected to the developers own website for making purchase of it.
The outfit has tweaked the terms and condition to the app-creators for making a primary experience take place i.e. to happen all with in the app instead of linking somewhere else. Moreover, everything submitted must support all type of controls like keyboard / mouse and touch controls, so that the users have a choice to switch controls. Also the company is mandating that apps must rely upon mechanisms provided by Windows 8, such as process management and using swipe-implemented menus.
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