Windows 10: Monitor your app’s performance with the Dev Center Windows 10 app Insider

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       10 Apr 2016 #1

    Monitor your app’s performance with the Dev Center Windows 10 app

    Monitor your app’s performance with the Dev Center Windows 10 app
    For those of you who are Windows app developers, you utilize Microsoft’s Dev Center as a resource to update and monitor your app in the Windows Store.
    With the Dev Center app, you can monitor the health and performance of your app, as well as see acquisitions data, investigate app crashes, and more using the official Dev Center app for Windows 10.

    “The Microsoft Dev Center app allows you to quickly view details about the health and performance of your Windows Store apps on any Windows 10 device. Note: You must have an active Windows developer account in order to view this data,” the app description reads.

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    Monitor your apps performance with the Dev Center Windows 10 app
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  2.    10 Apr 2016 #1

    Thanks for sharing.. I'll read this later on.,
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