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Amazon simplifies the Windows user experience by killing Windows 8 Store app

It seems Amazon has decided that Microsoft is not growing its Windows 10 installed base fast enough, and having decided that they have grown tired of developing both a win32 and Windows Store app, decided to kill the one that addresses the smaller market. In a letter to a user they noted “for the past […]
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