Microsoft recommends you only install apps from approved sources to protect your security. Windows 8 will only allow you to install trusted (that is, digitally signed) apps from the Windows store. If this proves a problem, though, and you're willing to take the security risk (because this isn't something to try unless you're entirely sure it's safe), then the system can be configured to run trusted apps from any source.
Open Start Screen and search for 'GPEdit.msc'.
Launch GPEdit.msc and browse to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > App Package Deployment.
Double-click 'Allow all trusted apps to install' and select Enabled > OK.
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