Summary. With Windows Store, you can feel secure that Microsoft’s curated app store will provide you with the best possible experience
With Windows Store, you can feel secure that Microsoft’s curated app store will provide you with the best possible experience, one that bridges the gap between the insecure Wild West of Google’s Android platform and the overly controlling and nonintegrated Apple App Store. This best‑of‑both‑worlds experience draws on the lessons Microsoft learned from Windows Phone Marketplace, as well.
Using the store is a breeze, thanks to its intuitive, Metro‑style UI, logical category‑based organization, and a plethora of app discovery and feedback tools. You can use Windows Store to find, download, try, and buy Metro‑style apps, and then update them with new features as needed. Only app uninstall occurs outside the store, and that’s a simple process that won’t litter your PC with leftover files and registry entries.
With this experience under your belt, you can begin further exploring Windows 8’s rich app landscape. And in the remainder of this section of the book, you’ll do just that, as you examine Internet Explorer 10 and the various productivity and entertainment apps that make this OS the best Windows yet.
Browsing the Web with Internet Explorer 10
In This Chapter
Understanding the relationship between the two versions of Internet Explorer that ship with Windows 8
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