Windows Store Apps use the new AppX format, so Windows Store AppX Support is important if you plan to push Windows Store applications to your managed systems. You should be able to import and edit existing Windows Store App packages and enjoy support for Desktop Bridge. Using Desktop Bridge, one should be able to fully build and customize AppX packages for Win32/.NET applications, through Desktop Bridge. Further, you should be able to create UWP and WSA packages from your existing projects.
This is one of many application packaging features covered here at AppDetails. When considering what features are important to you, we recommend you also contemplate the importance of a good GUI Editor, PowerShell Support, an MSI to App-V Converter, and other application packaging features.
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