Microsoft adds Music to Windows 10 Unified Store

After adding several new updates, navigation improvement and features, Microsoft now adds the music section to its Unified Store Experience in Windows 10 Insider Preview. Back in the month of April, the company added Movies and TV Unified Windows 10 Store. Users of Windows 10 Insider Preview can now access Music page in the Windows Store Beta and browse music by genre, albums and top songs.Windows 10

Microsoft has also added the albums purchase feature to the store where users can browse their favorite music, listen to a short 30 seconds clip and then purchase it. However, users still will have to launch the Build 10130 and version 3.6.1068.0 of the Music app to pull the purchased music downloads. For now, the purchase feature is made available only for the U.S, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Microsoft is still working on the newly added music section. Brandon LeBlanc, from Microsoft says, “Now that the music experience is almost lit up end-to-end, we’re making a few more changes to get us ready for the release of Windows 10 on July 29th. No more “Preview” – out with the old and in with the new! The new music and video experiences are now the default in the Windows 10 Insider Preview. Now when you launch the Music and Video apps, you’ll get the new apps. The preview versions will be removed in future builds”.

Evidently, the team at Microsoft is working hard to make Windows 10 the best promising operating system ever. Each update of Windows 10 Insider Preview brings some new features like Cortana voice assistant, universal apps, Project Spartan web browser and many more.

Shiwangi Peswani is a qualified writer and a blogger, who loves to dabble with and write about computers and the Internet. While focusing on and writing on technology topics, her varied skills and experience enables her to write on any topics which may interest her.

One Comment

  1. Tasha Johns

    Not a huge selling point if you ask me. Pretty obvious that Windows 10 is probably going to be a gigantic mess. Microsoft has rushed themselves (no surprised) and committed to a launch date they can’t possibly hope to meet on such a tight schedule. The software is going to be buggy, unstable, and probably unusable. And of course, It’s 100% guaranteed to slow down your computers. After I JUST managed to fix all my drivers and speed my computer up to brand new levels (thanks to TINYURL.COM/DRIVERSOLVE ) I just refuse to bank on Microsoft not messing up this Windows 10 release..and frankly my computer runs so smoothly now that I don’t even need to pick up what they are putting down, if you catch my drift.

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