Developers will be able to convert their .NET, Win32 apps for the Windows Store

Microsoft says that Windows 10 will support both .NET and Win32 apps in the Windows Store. While developers cannot currently offer these apps in the Store, they will soon be able to recomile their existing code and convert them into Universal Apps, to be put in the Store.

Adobe will be bringing both Photoshop and Premiere Elements to the Windows store as part of this initiative.

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