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I'm looking at WPF vs UWP for a consumer facing kiosk app.

WPF I know is doable, since it can be bundled up into an .msi and then tied into an off the shelf auto-update platform.

For UWP, I see sideloading is doable via turning on a setting and installing a signing key. That's obviously a bit more work up front; but should be doable for initial install by whoever is setting them up at the manufacturing/assembly point (and might be able to be baked into a factory image).

What I'm not sure is if there's going to be an ongoing maintenance penalty from doing so, in terms of additional work needed to update the app after the kiosk is deployed, or other gotchas I'm not aware of.
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