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Windows Store apps are often called WinRT apps and were formerly known as a Metro apps. These are applications that take advantage of new WinRT APIs and can only be distributed in the Windows 8 store. Microsoft has enabled of number of features and streamlined some of its touch and sensor APIs into a robust set of device APIs under WinRT. WinRT-based applications are developed using Visual Studio* 2012 and can be written in C++, C# or web technologies like HTML5, JavaScript*, and CSS3, then packaged and distributed to the Windows Store from the Visual Studio IDE. We can look at each aspect in detail below.

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Desktop apps run in the Windows Desktop mode of Microsoft Windows 8. This is the mode that looks like the legacy Window environment, how can it is not entirely a legacy experience. A common misconception is that you can't develop new Windows 8 touch and sensor based applications for Desktop mode or that you can't have Desktop apps listed in the Windows 8 store. Both of those are false. You can develop touch and sensor Desktop apps and you can list those apps in the Microsoft Windows Store.

Portability to Windows Store app

Microsoft’s new WinRT APIs provide the means for developers to create Windows Store apps on the Windows 8. Additionally, some WinRT APIs can also be leveraged to develop desktop applications on the Windows 8. This means developers can easily port their legacy Windows applications to Windows 8 desktop applications. Basic level of mobile API exposed to C++ and C#.

Traditional Win Forms or MFC apps are now called “Desktop apps” because they run in Desktop Windows have a Manager environment. Desktop apps can be either use the native Win32/COM API or a .NET-style API.

Windows 8 desktop apps can retain the flexibility of traditional Windows desktop apps by offering a Windows traditional notebook-like UI along with touch the capabilities.