Windows 10 Is Completely Changing Music Here Groove. All News’ Coming From July 29

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Windows 10 Is Completely Changing Music Here Groove. All News’ Coming From July 29

Here we are from July 29 will be available first for developers and then gradually for all, the new operating system for Microsoft Windows environments 10. Potentially facing a billion, Windows 10 will be gradually released for PC and tablet .

The first to receive it will be those who are already testing game ppsspp, insiders (5 million users). Then comes the turn of those who have booked a copy of Windows 10 with an online procedure active since June 1. And then all the others.

According to one of Kadence International study on behalf of Microsoft Italy, just over a quarter of PC owners and laptops with Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 is inclined to perform the update immediately.
The news’ of Windows 10 and the idea Groove

The main concern the reinstatement of the Start menu, the debut of the new browser for the web Edge, the assistant Cortana, the identification system Hello and Groove, the new streaming music service that will replace the Xbox Music, while Xbox Video will be called instead Movies & Tv. in line with Spotify, Apple and Google, for a monthly fee of about $ 10 Groove will give access to a catalog of 40 million tracks.

With Groove, you can then listen to free music on Windows 10, through both the mouse and keyboard, both the screens ‘touch’. Users, Microsoft explains on his blog, can store their songs in the cloud (with OneDrive), including those bought on iTunes, and listen to them on Windows devices, the web, on the Xbox console, and also on iPhone and Android devices. The monthly subscription instead will allow access to the music catalog Microsoft, download and stream music without commercial breaks, create personalized radio stations based on their own tastes.

Another recent innovation is the system app, particularly Mail & Calendar, Clock & Alarms, OneNote, Movies & TV, News, Phone Companion and Calculator.
Free or not

What is not yet perfectly clear is whether Windows 10, which also comes in 7 versions (Home, Mobile, Pro, Enterprise, Education, Enterprise and Mobile Core IoT), will be free for all or not.

Microsoft has stated that the upgrade to Windows 10 will be free for those who have Windows 7 and 8.1 compliant copies, not for those who have pirated copies, installed illegally, in previous versions of the software. The pirates then will have to pay, even if they are provided for bid to encourage them to go to the law.