On windows 10 you can enable sideloading by launching

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sideloading by joining the system to a domain and enabling the Allow All Trusted Apps To Install group policy setting. On Windows 10 you can enable sideloading by launching the Settings app and navigating to Update and Security For Developers and enabling the Sideload Apps option. Summary 2:20-2:37 In this lesson, we introduced you to the apps from the Windows store. We talked about what a Windows store app is and how it's different from a standard desktop application. We talked about the process for downloading and installing a Windows app as well as uninstalling it when necessary. We ended this lesson by discussing sideloading apps. Managing Windows Store Apps 0:00-5:11 In this demonstration, we're going to look at managing Windows apps. Now remember on the Windows 8 or Windows 10 System, there are two different types of applications that you can install and use. You can install apps from the Windows Store. And these apps are much like the apps that you would install on iOS or Android device. Or you can also just install traditional desktop applications, just like you did in earlier versions of Windows. For our purposes here, we're going to be focusing on managing apps from the Windows Store. Now, you manage Windows Store apps usingthe Windows Store app itself. Its tile is located down here on the task bar. Now, before you do that though, be aware that you can only download apps from the Windows Storeif you're currently logged into the system, using an online Microsoft account. I'm going to come over here and click my Windows tile. I'm going to click on Settings. Brings up my Settings app. Go to Accounts. And we verify here that I am logged in using and online Microsoft account. Let's close settings. Now that we know that, we can go over here and launch the Windows Store app itself, and manage apps on this Windows 10 System. Now there are a ton of different types of apps that you can download from the Windows Store. Let's go over here to app top chart and categories. When we do, by default the top free apps are displayed. Some apps you'd have to pay for. Some apps are free. I'm going to click on Wikipedia app.But when we click on the app, we see more information about it. Here's the name of the app. Here's the publisher of the app. Here's a star rating for the app. A description of what the app does is provided over here. If we scroll down a little bit, we can find out more information about this app,such as what is new in this version. We can read more detailed ratings and reviews from
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other users.And down at the bottom, we can view more information about the app. For our purposes here we just want to install this app on this Windows 10 system. So I come over here and I click install. Now be aware that this isn't this case for all apps. Some apps you have to pay for first before you can run the installation process. The Wikipedia app is free, so I don't have to worry about that. I'm going to go ahead and click install, and we'll wait a minute while the app is downloaded and installed on this system. K, the app has been installed on my Windows 10 System. If I want to run it, I can click open right here, and when I do the Wikipedia app is displayedjust like it would on an Android device or on an iOS device. If I come over here to my
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