Microsoft Teases “Project Centennial” as New Way to Fix Windows 10 Lack of Apps
Redmond aiming to bring Win32 apps in the store

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Microsoft has started work on Project Centennial, another bridge that the company plans to use in order to tackle the lack of apps on modern Windows and make the store the one destination for everything on the new operating system.

And although Redmond hasn’t yet provided any status update on Project Centennial, it appears that work on it is going according to plan and is advancing very well, with the company now testing a desktop version of Office right in the store.

Basically, with Project Centennial Microsoft aims to help developers bring their .NET and every Win32 application in the store and implement the standard universal app platform services that allow for easy install and removal from a Windows 10 device.
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