Throughout our coverage of Surface RT, a single complaint has repeated itself over and over again: There are not enough apps in the Microsoft Store to offer a complete experience. What could fix this if Microsoft remains unable to win over developers? Jailbreaking of course.
Calling what happens in this tutorial a "jailbreak" is generous when compared to the recent iOS 6 jailbreak process. Jailbreaking your Surface RT will not violate your warranty, and the risks associated with running the software are fantastically low. In fact, all you are really doing is running a program that tricks Windows RT into allowing you to install programs that you have downloaded instead of just limiting you to the Windows Store.
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