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Microsoft has decided to kill the support for Windows 8 app store

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Microsoft incredibly needs application makers and clients alike to center around Windows 10, and it’s currently giving them a not really delicate push toward that path. The product producer has cautioned that it will quit tolerating new Windows 8.x and Windows Phone 8.x applications for the Microsoft Store on October 31st, 2018.

Developers can, in any case,e submit updates to those applications, however that is leaving later on too. Microsoft will quit conveying Windows Phone application reports on July first, 2019, and Windows 8 applications are leaving on July first, 2023.

Neither one of the platforms is precisely in the lion’s share. Windows 8.x had under 7 percent dynamic utilization share in July, as per NetMarketShare, while Windows Phone 8.x was for all intents and purposes non-existent at 0.04 percent. This reasonable won’t influence an extensive swath of designers, particularly those that were never intrigued by submitting applications to the Microsoft Store in any case. Nonetheless, Microsoft is utilizing the similarly a surprising bit of news to send a reasonable flag: on the off chance that you depend on its application gateway, you’ll need to utilize its most recent working framework to receive the full rewards.

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