August 2nd, 2017 - Wednesday
Getting your Win32/.NET application in the Windows Store has never been easier, thanks to Microsoft’s Desktop Bridge support you can start migrating your app in just a few hours. You can read our introduction about the Desktop Bridge if this is your first encounter with this technology.
May 5th, 2017 - Friday
Debug your desktop application inside an UWP app container (Desktop Bridge) using the Visual Studio 2015 and 2017 extension from Advanced Installer Professional edition, or higher.
May 4th, 2017 - Thursday
Bring your apps and games to the Microsoft Store using the free Express edition from Advanced Installer.
April 13th, 2017 - Thursday
The digital transformation has changed the way users work across a new generation of devices. If in the past, traditional computers were the only gateway to the digital world for both enterprise and traditional users, the mobile revolution has changed the way people access to digital information: smartphones and tablets have become, more and more, a companion to traditional desktop apps. However, despite this transformation, there are still millions of desktop solutions on the market and the enterprise-ready devices with a mouse and a keyboard are still the most effective way to achieve full productivity.
December 1st, 2016 - Thursday
With the Anniversary Update to Windows 10 this summer, Microsoft made the official release of the Microsoft Desktop Bridge for Windows, formerly known as Project Centennial. The Desktop Bridge is a transitional approach that Microsoft is using to encourage software vendors to start the process of migrating older software technologies, such as traditional "Win32", ".Net", and "Java" apps towards Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps.