I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
So Microsoft have decided to take the step of discontinuing support for the UWP (Universal Windows Platform) versions of Microsoft Office, instead deciding to focus only on the traditional Win32 versions (which have also been available alongside UWP versions) as well as Android and iOS versions.
Why? Well, with the death of Windows Phone, UWP has become a little pointless, there's no need to be universal when you're only on PC and nowhere else.
And so with Microsoft seeing that UWP is now a lost cause, does this spell the end of UWP? Why would other developers invest in apps for the Windows Store when Microsoft themselves are going back to good old Win32?
Danny King | Community Manager | GameFront.com
World's most disgruntled gamer
6th September 2016
Good fucking riddance.
Plokite_Wolf | Artist & Game Admin | GameFront.com