Inkscape is a free open-source vector graphics editor that's first debuted back in 2003, and over the years has gained a rather loyal following from vector graphic artists. Inkscape can be used to create or edit vector graphics like diagrams, charts, logos, paintings and more, and recently it was added to the Windows 10 Store as a Centennial app!
The Windows Store version of Inkscape appears to have been available for a short while at this point, and is listed on Inkscapes website as being a version of the app for users who may not be able to install apps from outside the Store, like on Windows 10 S for example. It works on all Windows 10 desktop editions, however.
It's worth noting that the Windows Store version of Inkscape is not compatible with "regular installations" of Inkscape, meaning any settings you have set on an already existing Inkscape installation will be lost if you make the transfer to the Windows Store version. Furthermore, Inkscape says they can only offer limited support for the Windows Store version, whatever that means.
Inkscape is in the Windows Store now as a free app, so if you're an Inkscape user definitely make sure you try it out.
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