Microsoft Opens Windows Store For Developers In 82 Additional Markets

Posted on Sep 12 2012 - 4:24am by Editorial Staff

As we are approaching near the final date set for Windows 8 launch: the October 26th, the tech giant Microsoft brings developers a step more closer by opening the Windows Store in total of 82 additional markets, including Argentina and Vietnam, means developers from 120 markets can now submit and publish “Modern UI” apps created for the soon-to-be-released operating system. While the company introduced additional subscription programs like of eligible MSDN members will get a waived off for a year over their Windows Store developer account fee, students can enroll in the free Dreamspark program, while businesses are able to sign up for a BizSpark account, the company made available Windows Store developer tools and the SDKs ready for downloads.

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