Microsoft's Movies & TV service was left out in the cold when Disney expanded Movies Anywhere to include multiple content providers.
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Now, you can share your movies purchases from the biggest movie studios among any of the top digital movie services.
Did you seriously put your trust in Microsoft consumer offerings? OK, I did too. But maybe it's time to think differently.
Uh-oh. You can no longer sync your Microsoft Movies & TV account with Disney Movies Anywhere.
Even those Windows 10 users who are never going to purchase movies or TV shows from Microsoft's online store should check out the Movies & TV app, which gets a nice refresh with the Creators Update.
Starting tomorrow, the Microsoft Store will be offering big savings on select PCs and Xbox games, and Xbox Design Lab controllers. There are also savings to be had on entertainment, Microsoft says.
The strange disconnect between how the core OS and its bundled apps are updated is one of the weirder aspects of the Windows 10 development cycle. And we've really seen that most obviously in recent weeks.
We're just weeks away from the release of the Creators Update, but Microsoft continues to screw around with the Windows 10 in-box apps.
Microsoft Movies & TV is the first Windows 10 app to support the new PIP-like Compact Overlay feature that is coming in the Creators Update. It's called mini mode.
If you're anything like me, your Microsoft account is the core of your online identity. It's time for a check-up.
Just when you thought you'd seen the end of Microsoft's holiday sales, the software giant announces Countdown, its biggest Xbox Store sale.
Microsoft's new Xbox One S isn't just the premier video game console. It also offers an elegant solution for living room entertainment, providing access to many popular services and capabilities.
Here's a quick follow-up to my previous "Woku" articles. At this point, I can make two generalizations: While workable, the PC is still uneasy in the living room. And this didn't qualify as a BYOPC project.
For over two weeks now, I've secretly made a major change to my daily workflow and have been using as many Microsoft mobile apps on PC, tablet, and smartphone as possible. And my relative levels of success speak volumes, I think, to the state of Microsoft's mobile efforts here in mid-2016.