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Microsoft increases Windows Store device limit from 10 to 2000

The Windows Store device limit appears to have been increased from just 10 to 2000. When Microsoft first launched the Windows Store back in 2012, it imposed a limit on the number of devices a single Microsoft account could install Store apps on. Originally, this number was a measly five, but that was increased to 81 a year later before being decreased to ten with the launch of Windows 10.
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