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  1. 123Tax

    123Tax New Member

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    I have been using unix for a long time and have used a unix box daily since kde was first released.


    Despite this, I am primarily a .NET developer and spendin a lot of time with MVC.NET and Windows 8 - although I have a lot of love node.js

    With Apple and now M$ allowing desktop app stores, I wonder if Linux will be able to 'consumerism' something simlar?
  2. Bill

    Bill New Member

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    Hello and welcome. I am not a developer, although I would love to get into programming eventually.

    Ubuntu already has a store: the Ubuntu Software Center. It has both free and pay-for apps.

    That being said, Steam will be coming to Linux soon and will offer its own store. So, I think that anything is possible.
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    lucasbytegenius New Member

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    Welcome to the forum :) I'm glad you're here.

    And Ubuntu does have a sort of app store, like Bill mentioned. And then there's the game store Desura and Steam is coming to Linux soon as well.

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