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A bug that was causing crashes in popular Project Centennial apps such as Evernote and Ear Trumpet has now been remedied via Windows Build 14393.351.
The Project Centennial feature that converts Win32 apps to Windows Store apps has been put to use by Microsoft, with some Win32 accessories being converted.
Microsoft has highlighted the importance and potential of Project Centennial by testing the Office 2016 application suite with the Universal Windows App toolkit.
Project Europe was teased during the company’s Build Tour, although its function was not revealed it seems Europe could be an expanded concept of Project Rome.
A month after making an announcement, Office apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint can now be downloaded from the Windows Store. Microsoft used its Project Centennial tool to convert the desktop apps to 32-bit versions.
Music streaming giant Spotify is bringing its app to the Windows Store within the next few weeks. This is the Win32 application brought to the store through Microsoft’s Project Centennial.
iTunes remains largely unchanged in its Windows Store version, but some background adjustments reduce its bloatware and reliance on third-party services.
For the last four months, users have reported the Spotify app from the Windows Store is making random and invalid system restore points, making Windows 10 system restores redundant.
All users can now download core Office apps from the Microsoft Store, bringing to fruition a plan first announced last year.
The next major Windows 10 build will introduce Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to PC users after Microsoft worked with Google on development.
Users on the Windows Store have easy access to many apps that offer illegal content such as movies and music. These apps are presented as part of Microsoft’s trending now section.
After last week’s leak, an official Microsoft video shows the Spotify application running on Xbox One. However, the company has still not made an official announcement.
According to Aggiornamenti Lumia, the apps are reportedly ready and could be ported to the Windows Store, optimized for Windows 10, next month.
Using the Desktop App Converter, Microsoft will introduce the full Office suite for Windows Store. The apps will be available after the launch of the Windows 10 Creators Update.
The minor update adds an icon extraction feature which automatically uses icons found in app installers, adding them when converted apps get deployed.
Version 18.104.22.168 of the Desktop App Converter has been introduced. The update gives developers tools for running the service anywhere from cmd or PowerShell, while auto-signing is now supported.
Microsoft has revealed a Windows Store port of the popular application Open Live Writer, which will now benefit from automatic updates.
Anniversary Update-packing users can now get the Desktop App Converter app, while Microsoft also announced a slew of other new Windows Store apps.
A game has surfaced on the Windows Store which automatically encrypts its files on install. Users can not modify the data, and the system should give developers more protection.
The launch of Windows Anniversary/Xbox One Summer Update means Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps are now available on Xbox. Microsoft has confirmed that developers will be able to start creating applications later this month.
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