A few years ago I had brought up the question of whether Wine could be made to run the Metro/UWP apps from MSWin10. There's a couple apps (like the B&N "Nook" reader) that are no longer available as REAL applications, and are only available in that morass of stupidity (on the "PC" platform that is). There's a couple others that might be handy too.
In that earlier thread someone had posted links for demo videos of their attempts at it, but the videos are gone now, so I couldn't see if anything further got done.
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