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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Store for Business to be Scrapped Soon

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    September 15, 2020 6:52 AM EDT

    Microsoft is going to step back from its application store for businesses and Education to undo past Windows 10 app-distribution errors. To know more related to office setup visit

    Microsoft is planning to remove mess from its digital application store designed specifically for the businesses. According to My Contacts, it is the latest planned move of the Redmond-based multinational company.

    Originally named as Windows Store, The Microsoft Store is a built-in application in the Windows 10 operating systems. The company started testing The Microsoft Store for Business and the Microsoft Store for Education four years back. Both these stores were designed for administrators who wanted to make their business applications accessible to outside users for volume acquisition as well as distribution.

    These stores provided those admins a path for customized line-of-business distribution within a specific company. In 2019, officials from Microsoft have announced that the company’s main plan to persuade developers to develop applications compatible with UWP (Universal Windows Platform) and updatable only through its own store failed to implement. Most developers didn’t find Windows as a platform that is worth for writing new UWP applications.

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