Thoughts on listing Vivaldi in the Windows Store
Having read an article about Microsoft's latest version of Windows 10 that locks itself down to only Store apps, a line of commentary stuck me as interesting:
"... if Google is willing to list Chrome in the Store then it will be available on devices that run Windows 10 S" - from https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/2/15506378/
If that is indeed possible, then what does everyone think here about trying to get Vivaldi listed as a browser?
Seems like it would be a good way to get people on board by offering a feature-rich alternative to chrome, plus given that Windows 10 S seems to be marketed to schools, the suite of productivity offers might seem appealing.
Windows 10 that locks itself down to only Store apps,
trying to get Vivaldi listed as a browser?
Yes, the team is aware of these restrictions.
We are working and are in contact with many portals and app stores to get Vivaldi into.
But i do not have more information about this.