What to know before packaging your desktop application
This section contains requirements for a desktop app to run successfully as an MSIX package, and how a packaged desktop application interacts with Windows once packaged. This is useful to know before you begin the packaging process. If you're building a UWP app you can skip the sections on desktop applications below.
|Preparing to package your desktop application||A list of requirements for a desktop application to run successfully once packaged as MSIX.|
|How packaged desktop apps run on Windows||A deeper dive into what happens to file system and registry entries when you package your Desktop application as MSIX.|
|Flexible virtualization||The flexible virtualization feature provides a way for your app to declare that some set of its files and Registry entries should be visible to other apps; and that those should persist on app uninstall. All other files and Registry entries are not visible to other apps; and are removed on uninstall.|
|Bundling MSIX Packages||This section gives an overview of bundling multiple MSIX packages into a single .msixbundle.|
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