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📌 An .APPXBUNDLE file extension refers to the app package which is applied for the distribution, opening and maintenance of UWP (Universal Windows Platform) and Windows desktop applets. As it is accustomed, the .APPXBUNDLE file package includes one or more custom editions of the app, while each of them is precompiled for a particular, custom processor architecture (ARM, x64, or x86). The unique architectures of .APPXBUNDLE resources permit deployment of the relevant version of the app to a matching computer’s environment. For instance, a 32-bit system may appear suitable for the x86-based edition of the program, while a 64-bit architecture may fit for the x64-branch package. In such a way, the developers can guarantee compliance of a single .APPXBUNDLE installer package with a wide range of devices, oriented on various types of file architectures.
📌 .APPXBUNDLE format specification is recognizable, generated and opened by Microsoft Visual Studio development kit, the primary IDE for the development of Windows apps from Microsoft. Developers can upload finalized suites to the Microsoft Store, or make them affordable for sideloading, a logical process that offers users a way to manually install and open file apps from the diverse installers via implementation of appropriate .APPXBUNDLE builds.