emmgee 38 Posted January 22, 2017 Share Posted January 22, 2017 I recently got a laptop with Windows 10 and a touchscreen. I have come to like the touch interface much more than I would have thought. Most apps support touch pretty well. Evernote doesn't. At least the Windows version I downloaded from the web site doesn't support touch the way most of my other apps do. I read the announcement that the touch version of Evernote has been canceled and apparently a version can be downloaded from the Windows Store that supports the touch interface. Here's my problem: my company has decided that installing apps from the Windows Store represents a security vulnerability, although they don't prevent me from downloading from the Internet and installing. So if the Evernote version in the MS Store is different than what is available on the Evernote web site, then I'm out of luck – unless there is a way to get the MS Store version another way. So my two questions are a) are the versions different in the two locations and if they are different, is there a way to get the MS Store version another way? [Edited for clarity] Link to comment
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