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The minor update adds an icon extraction feature which automatically uses icons found in app installers, adding them when converted apps get deployed.
Version 188.8.131.52 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.
Anniversary Update-packing users can now get the Desktop App Converter app, while Microsoft also announced a slew of other new Windows Store apps.
The Desktop App Converter has received a pre-Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Not much has been added, but Microsoft is clearly preparing for the major upgrade on August 2.
A new update for Desktop App Converter adds support for Windows Pro editions and several changes to enhance the file system to make the program more efficient.
A week after announcing the Desktop App Converter at Build 2016, Microsoft is sending out a preview of the tool to Insiders.
Microsoft has been dropping news all over the place at the Build conference on day one, but one of the biggest new announcements is a Desktop App Converter.
Adjusting your screen brightness will help you protect your eyes, increase your battery’s life and overall improve your visual experience at your PC.
The next major Windows 10 build will introduce Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to PC users after Microsoft worked with Google on development.
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.
According to Aggiornamenti Lumia, the apps are reportedly ready and could be ported to the Windows Store, optimized for Windows 10, next month.
Developers can now learn how to properly use the Windows Desktop Bridge across eight video modules. The bridge allows Win32 apps to be easily ported to Windows 10 and the Windows Store.
An unknown Windows user has managed to run apps from outside the Windows Store on Microsoft’s alleged lightweight operating system. Leaked screenshots show that Windows 10 Cloud is able to run Google Chrome and the Desktop App Converter.
The new tool makes app porting from iOS to the UWP app model easier by highlighting compatible code fragments.
An extensive blog by Microsoft details the Desktop Bridge process. The company also announced support for auto detecting shell extensions from desktop to AppXManifest.
After introducing multiple app support to the Desktop App Installer last month, Microsoft has issued a more modest update for the service today.
The company has announced that Visual Studio 15 Preview users can now get the functionality of the UWP app converter directly within the software.
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.
The Desktop App Installer is an easy to use too to let developers place their Desktop App Converter Win32 apps into the Windows Store.
Do you know you can Android apps with Windows 10? Although Microsoft has put Project Astoria on ice which should allow ported Android apps to run on Windows 10, you can still do it! There are even different ways to run Android apps or even a whole Android system with Windows 10. Here are the three best methods shown in detail in our multi-media tutorial.
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