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Can non-Metro Windows apps (e.g., Explorer) be built with the new WinRT, or must they still be Win32 based?
When Windows 8 introduced WinRT, it was unmanaged. Could someone tell me why that was the case? Was it a performance issue or was it not suitable for lower level APIs?
Can anyone explain to me the difference between Windows RT and WPF in Windows 8? I understand WinRT is a different version of WPF but I'm still confused. Any help I can get on this would be great. Thanks!