Windows Developer CVP Kevin Gallo Talks About The Improvements For The Desktop Bridge

Microsoft today announced that new desktop apps including Evernote, Arduino IDE, Double Twist, PhotoScape, MAGIX Movie Edit Pro, Virtual Robotics Kit, Relab, SQL Pro, Voya Media, Predicted Desire and korAccount will become available in the Windows Store within the next few days for Windows 10 users with the Anniversary Update. They have opened up Windows Store for desktop apps and games which are converted into to the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) with the Desktop App Converter. In addition, Microsoft has released Desktop App Converter itself as a Windows Store app.

Windows Developer CVP Kevin Gallo in an interview to Channel 9 discussed the latest improvements for the Desktop Bridge, including the first set of apps built using the Desktop App Converter becoming available in the Windows Store. Watch the interview embedded above.

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