The best apps to download from Windows Store for your laptop

From productivity to entertainment tools, here are five best apps to download from Windows Store.

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Windows users have a tonne of options to get from the Windows Store to beef up their PCs. From productivity to entertainment tools, here are five best apps to download from Windows Store.

The File Converter

Nothing beats a one-stop file converter app. With The File Converter, users can convert pretty much everything—videos, audios, eBook, document, and archive files. This is a cloud-based conversion app so users will have no qualms to lose converted files, and this is way more convenient to manage. However, cloud storage is limited to 1 gigabyte only. Download this app for US$7 only.

Adobe Photoshop Elements 15

Don't have time to learn all the nitty-gritty of Adobe Photoshop CC? Adobe Photo Elements 15 is the easier version of the photo editing software without getting rid of all the abilities the Creative Cloud version has in its sleeve. From one-click controls to advanced features, once can do so much with this app straight out of the Windows Store. Adobe Photo Elements 15, however, comes with a hefty price tag at US$77.

Torrex Pro

Torrex Pro is a torrent app that is convenient to use and updated from time to time. The search option allows users to look for their favourite open-source programs and free movies. The built-in media player lets users stream videos and movies right within the app while downloading it. Download it for US$8 only.


StaffPad is every musician's dream. This sheet music app allows artists to drag and drop notes and listen to it into the bargain. It plays back written music immediately. The app also annotates music. For US$70, get it from Windows Store.

XODO PDF Reader & Editor

This is not an ordinary PDF reader as it allows to edit the document if one needs to. Users can write, highlight, and comment directly on the document. Best of all, XODO PDF Reader & Editor is free to download; not to mention, it features no ads.

This article was first published on July 9, 2017