• Blog Post: Expanding our commitment to Windows Store games

    Today the Windows Store begins accepting games with a rating of PEGI 18. Windows has long been a favorite platform for games of all types, and age rating support for PEGI 18 is another step forward in a rich tradition of supporting gaming on Windows. We’ve described this support in Certification Requirement...
  • Blog Post: 5 tips to get your apps certified quickly

    From the beginning, we designed the Windows Store to be a partnership between developers and Microsoft. We’re committed to ensuring that our certification requirements and app submission processes are clear and easily understood, so that you, the developer, can create high-quality apps that customers...
  • Blog Post: Submitting your Windows 8 apps

    Apps – your apps – are the heart of the Windows Store. When we set out to design the app submission experience, we wanted developers to be able to get their apps into the Store as easily and quickly as possible. We thought a lot about reducing friction, inspiring confidence through transparency...
  • Blog Post: Designing the Windows Store user experience

    We've had the opportunity to demo aspects of the Store experience at a few recent events—at our //build/ conference, at the Store Preview event , and then just last week at CES. We thought it would be helpful at this point to describe the full Store customer experience for browsing and searching the...
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