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Can someone tell me how I can create this using Visual Studio Express - C# 2010?
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You would be better downloading the latest version of visual studio - that should support win 8 rather better than vs 2010
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yes you should go with VS 2013

http://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/downloads#d-express-windows-8

looking at the windows dev store, the majority of the code/sdk samples are for 2013; few are for 2012 while 2010 isn't listed
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Any reason why my saying the same thing earlier wasn't worth an assist ?
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