, TexasToast wrote

@wastingtimewithforums:  I have to agree with his points on application distribution.   If I want to make a few personal / group applications I have to either get an enterprise license or go through the app store.  Not everything you develop needs to go to the general store.   It is another thing they got wrong.   They need to really rethink some of these bone headed views.  I don't mind them adding features,  it is the removal of features that the windows 7 had that is irking most people.   To be positive, I really like that hyper-v is in the product and it is nice to have the multiuser settings saved in the cloud.   The fast bootup time is also a big plus.

If you're making the app for yourself, you don't need to go through the store or get an enterprise licence.