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Windows 10 S support?
#1
Windows 10 S only support Windows store apps so I have a question about the PCSX2 support for a Windows store version of the emulator for this OS.
Will it be possible?
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#2
what would be the pros and cons ?
(Mostly the pros)
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#3
The avdantages can be to have a more larger % of users, an automatic update system, a more user-friendly download method and GUI, a clear system requirement section and a better support for x86 tablets (touch control).

The disavantage is the need for a bios, most of non-experimented people don't know how to dump a bios file.

All of this are just assumptions about the potiential capacity of a Windows store integration.
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#4
Windows Store doesn't allow emulators of any kind.
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#5
Realy? This is strange that Windows store locked them when google play alow them, maybe in a near future, it would be nice to see this feature come back for Windows 10 S.
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#6
unless the developers has the "check for updates" thing...coretemp is one of the examples of check for updates.
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#7
solution: remove Windows 10 S and install a real Windows 10 build.

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