The desktop version of Google Chrome will not be coming to Windows 10 S. Windows 10 S, announced last week, allows users to install only apps that are distributed through the Windows Store. That lineup includes some desktop apps, but only if they've been converted to a package that can be delivered through the Windows Store, using a toolset called the Desktop Bridge (previously code-named Project Centennial)...In theory, Google could use those tools to turn the desktop version of its Chrome browser into an app package. For that matter, so could Mozilla with Firefox, or Opera, or any of dozens of small, independent browser makers. Several developers tell me they have successfully converted desktop browsers based on the Chromium code base using the Desktop Bridge. But if Google or Mozilla or any of those smaller developers submitted one of those packages to the Store for distribution, the submission would be rejected. The restriction is spelled out in the latest revision of the Windows Store Policies.