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App Store for Windows XP and 7

February 17, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

While Microsoft has supplied its own app store for the customer’s that use windows 8 it has left its XP and 7 customers out in the cold, Well with the help of allmyapps they can also have their own app store.

Using an App store for windows xp and 7 has the following benefits such as

  • Making software easier for your customer to find
  • When browsing through the software lists and comparing titles,  They can use customer reviews to decide if it is any good.
  • Updates are much easier to deal with as allmyapps will let your customers know.

Run from the website or download the desktop client at  www.allmyapps.com

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