Microsoft slashes Windows app store fees to just five per cent - but excludes games (for now)

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The first step to making Windows more like Android or iOS?

Microsoft is attempting to breath new life into its moribund Windows Store by slashing fees to just five per cent for "consumer apps" - although games, for the time being, have been excluded from t...

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