Microsoft is trying to bring Notepad to Windows Store

Recently, last week Microsoft has released Windows 10 RTM to the public. Windows 10 packs lot of new features like Cortana, Microsoft Edge and it also comes with some new stock apps that are available from the Windows store. Even the apps like Calculator, Alarm & Clock, Calendar are now available from the Windows store.

Now, Microsoft is trying to bring more Windows stock apps to the Windows store. Tery Myerson, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of Windows and Devices group stated in an interview with CNN Money, that,

Even applications like Notepad — I hope that’s in the store soon. So we’ll start getting ratings and reviews on Notepad. It’s always humbling.

As Tery Myserson has stated, the company wants the ratings and reviews on Notepad by bringing it to Windows Store. Publishing quicker updates is also one of the main reason to bring the stock apps to the Windows Store. However, Myerson hasn’t revealed a word on when it is coming to the Windows store. It is also worth noting that it is not clear whether the company will release a new Notepad app or it will be the classic Notepad app.

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