No-cost desktop software development is dead on Windows 8 | Ars Technica

Microsoft wants Windows developers to write Windows 8-specific, Metro-style, touch-friendly applications, and to make sure that they crank these apps out, the company has decided that Visual Studio 11 Express, the free-to-use version of its integrated development environment, can produce nothing else.

via No-cost desktop software development is dead on Windows 8 | Ars Technica.

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