When you look at the app offerings from Microsoft’s Windows Store, the bulk is made up of programs targeting a casual audience. Games seem to be popular, for instance, making up a fifth of all apps currently listed in the store. While there is nothing wrong with playing a game of solitaire during a break or wait period, it doesn’t help Microsoft sell the operating system to a professional audience.
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