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Microsoft rethinks the Windows application platform one more time

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In that specific case, perhaps, if you have a library of tablet-mode apps you'd like to also use while the device is configured as a laptop.

Otherwise, TIFKAM for tablets and phones and traditional UI for laptops and desktops. The problem only comes in when the OS attempts (as Win 10 often does) to serve up an inappropriate UI for the platform in question-- and on a traditional (non-convertible, non-touch) laptop or a desktop, TIFKAM is an inappropriate UI.

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