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Microsoft Gives Windows 10 Users Top 10 Albums of 2015 for Free

Microsoft is making 10 of the top albums from 2015 available in the Windows Store, for free as a holiday special. It’s for a limited time and US only.

Microsoft is spreading a lot of holiday cheer, and the latest surprise is the company’s generous offer of the top 10 albums of 2015. Don’t expect any Adele, Bieber, or Swift in this collection, but there are some famous acts such as Selena Gomez and Ellie Golding. Christina Calio from the Groove Team made the announcement on the official Windows blog today:

Today 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 eclectic group of albums we’re presenting includes the newest albums from Selena Gomez, Ellie Goulding, and Breaking Benjamin. We’ve included artists and albums nominated for multiple Grammys at the upcoming 58th annual Grammy Awards, which will take place this February in Los Angeles.

Get Free Top 10 Albums in Windows 10

To get your free picks, just launch the Stor app in Windows 10 and go to the Music section. Scroll down a bit and you should see them in the featured gallery under Music Deals.

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Click Show All to see the complete collection of albums. The regular price is crossed out and shows they’re free.

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Click an album then click Free to download it.

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The offer is for Windows 10 users in the US only and just for a limited time, so get them while you can.


8 Comments

8 Comments

  1. David  

    Not a massive complaint, but it would be nice if you started articles like this with the caveat that its for the US only… just saying

  2. wittier  

    I’m in the US with Windows 10 on PC with Groove Music App and logged into my Microsoft Account.

    I see prices on all of these albums, not free.

  3. Anthony Benedetto  

    Yes I just got this email went to the store they have a price of $6.99 each thats not free I am in Illinois.

  4. Remember this was for a limited time guys.

  5. Anthony Benedetto  

    What was it 10 seconds!! or 5

  6. wittier  

    The free albums were not there the next day after press release. WTF?

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