iTunes is coming to Windows Store
On the second day of the Microsoft Build 2017 event, Microsoft announced that iTunes will be coming to Windows Store. This means that users who own Windows 10 S PCs and thus restricted from running applications distributed outside of the Windows Store will find the opportunity to access Apple’s iTunes experience.
We learned earlier that Spotify will come to the Windows Store through a tool called the “Desktop Bridge”, so it could be used on Windows 10 S PCs. Microsoft will also be bringing Apple’s music platform to the store, closing a major shortage on the multimedia side. With it, you can listen to music through Apple Music, sync with devices such as iPhone and iPad.
It is one of the indispensable elements for music students, and let’s not forget that the Windows 10 S is student for the students. Spotify and iTunes are also important steps to reach the target audience at this point.
Alongside with those music services, Microsoft announced that SAP’s Digital Boardroom tool will be a platform for web applications, and the company will even bring Ubuntu, SUSE Linux and Fedora to its own store.
Microsoft has added a new addition to its Surface branded devices. The first screenshots were recently released, and the Surface Laptop has become official in the training event the company has organized in New York. The 13.5-inch model introduced by Panos Panay on stage will meet users with the company’s new operating system, Windows 10 S. Read more.