This Week on Windows: CES recap, a midseason TV guide and more
This Week on Windows, we’re sharing a recap of CES 2017 and bringing you new apps and a midseason TV guide! Do you share your PC with friends or family? Check out how to set up multiple profiles with Windows Hello.
Here’s what’s new in the Windows Store this week:
Slack gives you a place to connect with the people and apps you work with every day, no matter where you are or what you do – and now it’s available to download for free in the Windows Store. No need to spend time digging through your inbox, searching for files, or toggling endlessly between different apps to find what you need. And with Live Tiles, you can see your latest notifications and hop right back in if anything needs your attention. To activate Live Tiles, simply pin Slack to your Start menu. Get Slack for Windows 10 today!
Thanks to Audible (Free download, with IAP options), Windows users get a post-holiday gift, a free audiobook: “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” (usually $24.95) written and narrated by Trevor Noah. The comedian and host of “The Daily Show” takes listeners on a harrowing, hilarious and inspiring adventure set in the waning days of apartheid.
The holidays may be over, but don’t despair – it’s time for midseason TV with the Midseason TV Guide! Watch brand-new episodes of all your favorite returning shows – including Sherlock and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – and discover new ones, like Taboo, Six, and Westworld. Check out the best of midseason TV in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store!
The year is 1814, and rogue adventurer James Keziah Delaney (Tom Hardy) has returned to London with a stash of stolen diamonds and a thirst for vengeance. Watch Ridley Scott’s original series Taboo ($19.99 HD, $14.99 SD), available in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store.
Have a great weekend!