The Windows 10 mobile app market is still in the early days, and it’s easy to forget how quickly it exploded after the release of Windows Phone 8.1.
The new mobile platform’s new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) platform makes it easy to develop apps that work across mobile devices and the Internet.
And with Windows 10 Mobile, the company is hoping that developers will take a similar approach to the desktop app market.
In the future, Microsoft will be able to build a universal desktop app for Windows 10, which means that you can create a new, fully-featured Windows 10 app for desktop and mobile devices.
It also means that it won’t have to spend a lot of time porting your existing desktop apps to a new platform.
The new Universal Platforms for Windows apps is expected to support all of the standard Windows 10 features, including the new Metro-style interface, Cortana, Cortana Voice Actions, and the Universal Windows apps platform.
Developers will be required to build desktop apps for Windows in Visual Studio 2017 and later, though the new platform will also be able support Windows 10 apps for mobile devices that have a higher-end CPU.
The Universal Windows app platform is meant to work with a number of different device types, including smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
Microsoft is aiming to be able, for example, to create an app that runs on Windows 10 phones running on ARM chips, or apps that run on Windows devices that run in a Windows 10 tablet.
Microsoft has not yet announced the features that will be supported by the Universal Platform for Windows Apps, but it’s not the first time the company has offered a Universal Windows platform.
The company announced Universal Windows Mobile last year, and this year it launched Universal Windows Apps for Xbox One and Xbox One S.
Both platforms will be built on the Universal Runtime, a new runtime that allows developers to add new functionality to their apps by writing new code that is shared across multiple versions of Windows.
Microsoft has also been working with the Open Runtime, an open source runtime that makes it possible to port existing Windows apps to other platforms.
The Windows 10 Universal Platform is also expected to work across the Internet, meaning that developers can make mobile and desktop apps that target both Internet Explorer 11 and Edge.
Microsoft will also allow third-party apps to integrate with Windows apps.
For example, the new Universal platform will support cross-device sharing, which allows apps to run in browsers that are compatible with Windows and Internet Explorer, as well as in apps that have shared code.
Microsoft will also offer developers the ability to create apps for multiple platforms, and Microsoft is planning to offer the ability for third-parties to offer their own apps.
This could be very helpful to third-Parties like Spotify that want to make a Windows app for their Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices.
This could also help Microsoft in its goal to bring the Universal Desktop app platform to every Windows 10 device.
Microsoft also plans to release the Universal App Platform for iOS and Windows Mobile later this year.
The platform is expected be able help developers create apps that can run across multiple operating systems, including macOS, Windows 10 and Chrome OS.
Microsoft’s goal is to make the Universal Apps platform compatible with all of Microsoft’s Windows 10 devices.