Microsoft adds new features to Windows 10

Microsoft adds new features to Windows 10

The latest build of Windows 10 has treated Windows Insider users will a number of never before seen features, which hints that the final Windows 10 version will come with even more features than previously expected. Of course all this is good for the end user.

Here’s the first new feature – Windows 10 will have Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition for all fans of this game. Then you will also get new apps titled “Groove” for music and “Movies and TV” for video, which will replace the Xbox Music and Xbox Video applications that can be seen in older Windows 10 builds. Moreover the Groove application will keep your music synced with OneDrive, including music purchased from iTunes and all this will make accessing your music on PC and Xbox much easier. The Movies & TV app has received support for MKV files and now comes with general feature enhancements. In addition to this the application will be directly connected to Windows Store and will allow users to rent or buy movies and TV shows. Finally users will get a new app called Feedback Engine – this one is self-explanatory so we will not go into details here.

Windows 10 will arrive on July 29 but it will take some time before all users can get access to the new OS.

Source: Tom’s Hardware

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