Microsoft giving away free music to Windows 10 users

Windows 10 logoIf you are a Windows 10 user in the US, it seems that Microsoft has decided to give you guys a gift for the holidays. This gift comes in the form of free music in which users can download them from the Windows Store. However your choices are limited and basically these albums and artists are from some of the best in 2015.

Also for some reason it looks like they are all from the Universal Music Group, but if you’re a fan of the likes of Big Sean, Ellie Goulding, and Selena Gomez (just to name a few), then perhaps these albums might be of interest to you. But then they are free and it’s a bit hard to complain about free stuff, right?

In a blog post on the Windows Blog, Christina Calio of the Groove team writes, “I’m happy to let you know that we’re making 10 of the top albums from 2015 available in the Windows Store, for free for our Windows 10 fans as a gift from us for the holidays, and to say thank you for the support.”

The 10 artists part of this list includes Alabama Shakes, BIg Sean, Alessia Cara, Ellie Goulding, Logic, James Bay, Breaking Benjamin, Selena Gomez, Jeezy, and Tame Impala. The albums can be downloaded via the Windows Store but they have to be downloaded individually, so head on over if you’d like to claim them.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Microsoft, OSes, Windows 10

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