Windows 10: I Want Windows 10 To Never Install Anything From Outside Of The Store

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  1.    07 May 2015 #101

    badrobot said: View Post
    One of the main reason why Windows RT died is because of lack of support for x86 applications. What you want is to revive RT and there's no way software developers will rewrite their programs or make 2 versions of it for your crusade. You are encouraging MS monopoly to gain control of all apps and programs and if it happens, you will have to pay for a bigger price.
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  2.    07 May 2015 #102

    badrobot said: View Post
    One of the main reason why Windows RT died is because of lack of support for x86 applications. What you want is to revive RT and there's no way software developers will rewrite their programs or make 2 versions of it for your crusade. You are encouraging MS monopoly to gain control of all apps and programs and if it happens, you will have to pay for a bigger price.
    yeah I know
    but with Windows 10 they can make a windows RT but with x86 support (and an option to install app from anywhere like Android)

    yes I want microsoft to control a store that have every important x86 app , microsoft didn't control the app download sites and the result today is an adware with every app you download , microsoft should by default give a safe OS that only reviewed app can be installed on it , and advanced users will know how to make it suit them if they want to install apps from outside the store (like Android and mac os)
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       07 May 2015 #103

    Qushery said: View Post
    yeah I know
    but with Windows 10 they can make a windows RT but with x86 support (and an option to install app from anywhere like Android)

    yes I want microsoft to control a store that have every important x86 app , microsoft didn't control the app download sites and the result today is an adware with every app you download , microsoft should by default give a safe OS that only reviewed app can be installed on it , and advanced users will know how to make it suit them if they want to install apps from outside the store (like Android and mac os)
    You have a right to your opinion. I do not agree with you, but I will defend your right to express your opinion. Consider expressing your wishes and concerns directly to MS in their Feedback App.
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  4.    07 May 2015 #104

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    You have a right to your opinion. I do not agree with you, but I will defend your right to express your opinion. Consider expressing your wishes and concerns directly to MS in their Feedback App.
    go and read the first post , I clearly talked about me putting this opinion on Microsoft's windows uservoice (so yes I already sent it directly to Microsoft)
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  5.    07 May 2015 #105

    Looking at all other "stores", none of them managed to have everything trouble free and have only clean and safe Apps. Seems that all they are controlling is their income.
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  6.    07 May 2015 #106

    CountMike said: View Post
    Looking at all other "stores", none of them managed to have everything trouble free and have only clean and safe Apps. Seems that all they are controlling is their income.
    the mac and ios are great
    the Android play also is great compared to windows download websites (like download.com and others )

    any store will be an upgrade over the way x86 apps are distributed today
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       07 May 2015 #107

    Qushery said: View Post
    yeah I know
    but with Windows 10 they can make a windows RT but with x86 support (and an option to install app from anywhere like Android)

    yes I want microsoft to control a store that have every important x86 app , microsoft didn't control the app download sites and the result today is an adware with every app you download , microsoft should by default give a safe OS that only reviewed app can be installed on it , and advanced users will know how to make it suit them if they want to install apps from outside the store (like Android and mac os)
    Why you will never see this. APPs can only be installed from the store now. x86 applications are controlled by the developers not M$ can be free or not free on the not free if it were on the M$ store M$ will charge 35% developers will not stand for that high a charge and will not summit it to the store then the store will not have any thing to sell and no reason for you to go to the store. M$ is desperate to get things in the store right now and it is not happening. If a user is smart enough to go to the store they are smart enough to switch off your option.
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  8.    07 May 2015 #108

    Qushery said: View Post
    the mac and ios are great
    the Android play also is great compared to windows download websites (like download.com and others )

    any store will be an upgrade over the way x86 apps are distributed today
    Those sites are no store by any means, just random places with collections of SW, nobody has any say in what's available there.
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  9.    07 May 2015 #109

    labeeman said: View Post
    Why you will never see this. APPs can only be installed from the store now. x86 applications are controlled by the developers not M$ can be free or not free on the not free if it were on the M$ store M$ will charge 35% developers will not stand for that high a charge and will not summit it to the store then the store will not have any thing to sell and no reason for you to go to the store. M$ is desperate to get things in the store right now and it is not happening. If a user is smart enough to go to the store they are smart enough to switch off your option.
    currently (on windows 8 store) Microsoft cut is 30% until the vendor reach $25,000; from that point onward, the cut is reduced to 20%. (on windows 10 this might change)

    we already heard that Adobe will release photoshop and premiere elements , this cut is not a problem for developers considering that offering it on their own server will cost a lot of money especially if the app is big (this cut is a standard that developers already adapted with it)


    and yeah the users who want to enable that can go and enable (microsoft then should have a warning about the safety risks (like android ) ) I have no problem with that , it's exactly what I'm asking microsoft to do
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  10.    07 May 2015 #110

    CountMike said: View Post
    Those sites are no store by any means, just random places with collections of SW, nobody has any say in what's available there.
    they are the current way of distributing x86 apps , I know you hate it , me too , that's why Windows store need to fix this
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