How to convert legacy Windows apps to Windows 10

Platform transitions are hard, moving from silicon to silicon or operating system to operating system. But there’s one thing that’s harder: moving from one SDK to another. Microsoft is in the middle of a massive transition, away from more than a decade of Win32 code and its various user experience layers to the modern WinRT and Universal Windows Platform (UWP).

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Pavlos Papadopoulos

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