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Microsoft's audacious plan to transform Android apps, iOS apps, and even websites into universal Windows apps

Brad Chacos | April 30, 2015
This could be the end of Microsoft’s app gap problem.

Myerson didn't provide much detail onstage, but in the interview with the Verge, he revealed that the desktop ports rely on some of the virtualization technology from Microsoft's HyperV--so we'll have to see how the end experience stands up. Virtualization can create a pretty pokey experience.

 

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