Microsoft has announced that its Desktop App Converter tool, which turns standard Windows desktop applications into Windows 10 apps, is now available directly from the Windows Store.
In a blog post, Microsoft stated:
Microsoft also announced that desktop Windows app installers InstallShield, WiX and Advanced Installer all now support the Desktop Bridge tools, "enabling developers to directly build an app package with their existing desktop app using the bridge as part of their existing developer workflow."
We have seen a number of Windows desktop apps, such as Evernote, be released in the Windows Store in the past several weeks. Microsoft has now confirmed those plans with more to come:
If you're a developer, you can grab the Desktop App Converter from the Windows Store now to start publishing your own converted Win32 apps to the Store.
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