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Microsoft bringing Win32 apps like WordPad, XPS viewer & more to Windows 10 via Project Centennial

Microsoft may be planning to set an example to Devs out there by bringing many of its highly used Win32 applications like WordPad by using Project Centennial that allows conversions of Win32 apps to Windows 10 apps. The Windows 10 store links for four such apps WordPad, Microsoft Character Map, XPS Viewer and Fax & Scan have been posted on Twitter.

As expected, the apps are yet not available to install for everyone but looking at the listing, it doesn’t look like internal Beta and may be coming soon to Windows 10 users.

WordPad
WordPad
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free
Microsoft Character Map
Microsoft Character Map
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free
Windows Fax and Scan
Windows Fax and Scan
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free
XPS Viewer
XPS Viewer
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free

 

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