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  • Does lack of that development discourage you from using an app?

    Yes, because it usually means if the OS has a massive (or even minor) change, getting the app fixed will be like having a toenail pulled.

    I don’t mind ‘We’re not adding new features to the app, but we will break/fix’ though I worry when new tech shows up and the app can’t adapt to it.

  • @Ipstenu

    True, but some old apps work just fine on anything from WinXP (if not earlier) to Win7…

    I guess it is about scope. The simpler app is, the more likely it is survive following Windows versions.

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