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How Badly Do Windows 8 / Windows RT Need Dedicated Apps?

As Microsoft hosts thousands of app developers in Redmond for its BUILD developers conference, the question needs to be raised: How badly does Microsoft need dedicated apps? More specifically, how badly does Microsoft need apps for Windows RT? Microsoft almost certainly needs dedcated Windows 8 and Windows RT very very badly. But there is an alternative. Microsoft hasn’t really suggested this yet, but the Web could be its backup plan.
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