After Store listings showed up last month, Microsoft has begun offering WordPad, XPS Viewer, Microsoft Character Map, and Windows Fax and Scan through the Windows Store using Project Centennial.
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Microsoft has begun using Project Centennial to compile some of its own Win32 apps into UWP apps, which now have listings in the Store. These apps include WordPad, XPS Viewer, and more.
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