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Centennial App Thread

Postby turbo.luke.williams » May 25th, 2016, 10:19 pm

I am creating a post so that myself and others can post AppX packages with certificate files as links using their favorite file hosting service.



I am going to start the thread by uploading all my latest Centennial app packages.



Before attempting to install any of my AppX packages. Make sure you follow the instructions below.



Note: This will only work on Windows 10 build 14342 and higher.



1. Enable Developer Mode

To do this -- Open Settings >> Update and Security >> For developers >> Select Developer Mode



2. Download certs.zip from here >> Extract both FrontMotion.cer and FrontMotion.pfx and follow instructions below.

i. Double click on "FrontMotion.cer"
ii. Select the "Store Location" as "Local Machine"
iii. Click "Next" until you get to the "Certificate Store" page
iv. Select the "Place all certificates in the following store" radio button
v. Click "Browse"
vi. Select the "Trusted People" certificate store
vii. Click "OK" and "Next"
viii. Click "Finish"
ix. Repeat Steps i-vii for "FrontMotion.pfx"



3. Download any one of the AppX packages below and follow the instructions below to install, making sure you have already done the steps above.



i. Open Windows PowerShell

ii. Change to the directory where the AppX package is stored.

iii. Type in Add-AppxPackage "software.appx" (replacing software with the name of the AppX)

iv. Enjoy your Centennial App experience.



Firefox

https://mega.nz/#!c9dhELpA!cDyRVXJqxKEeOF_Ekoy2ieRIOsHwEWR_Y8NkdtOPbOc

7-Zip

https://mega.nz/#!co0E1ZBK!JYFNHRi6nQqRsh2WwqJNZ6gSEkl4H2B7kyo6r4oSH3s

Notepad++

https://mega.nz/#!1sMCCbzC!9EUqDed7QNiXmwj-AGg60PNHQBb0StVHcEhbB4F7hKE

Skype

https://mega.nz/#!dlNBEJSb!VfiuFcltEOhVe-yJqVVxEXK10z67fHsQzDFfnmToC-U

TeamViewer

https://mega.nz/#!dp0ARQDI!bFP4xExEuKFSDb8dXTsMErtsenM81E8eUPEza-6aU7E

VLC

https://mega.nz/#!JwkAXQoD!u8lP1-_ViCO06riVNh-3jNGlBMYnGbILqW6LpXMgnjE

All of my AppX packages have file assoications, the ability to set as default app. They also have modern tiles and taskbar icons.



turbo.luke.williams
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Re: Centennial App Thread

Postby turbo.luke.williams » May 27th, 2016, 4:15 pm

There's an interesting update for you lot in 14352.

The third step is simplified with the ability to double click to install the AppX packages. However you still require the certificate files.


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