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  • epobirs - Tuesday, September 27, 2011 - link

    Will this just be for Metro apps or will newer versions of desktop apps like Outlook get to play, too? Reply
  • mcnabney - Tuesday, September 27, 2011 - link

    It is truly amazing that technology which has existed for almost twenty years (in the business world) is making a big splash as it becomes available for consumers. Reply
  • seamonkey79 - Tuesday, September 27, 2011 - link

    Hopefully it will be as annoying as when Google does that between my phone and my tablet! It's so fun having to go through and clean out all of the stuff that my phone needs when I first sign in on my tablet. I really enjoy spending forty five minutes uninstalling the duplicated function apps that my phone didn't come with a year and a half ago that my brand new tablet came with. Joy! Reply
  • RyleeNolens - Saturday, December 10, 2011 - link

    It has been established that Windows 8 is going to be available in beta by February. Windows is going to follow a similar tack to some of its rivals. A portion of the beta, and also the full edition, will be an app center, called Windows store. Developers, start your fingers and begin consuming obscene amounts of Mountain Dew, as Microsoft wants designers focusing on applications for Windows 8.

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