College basketball fans are anxiously awaiting next week’s NCAA tournament – which starts on Tuesday March 18th. This year, they can watch the tournament games on their Windows PC or Tablet with NCAA March Madness Live – now available in the Windows Store.
With NCAA March Madness Live, fans can participate in the Capital One NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge and enjoy Live Tile updates right on their Start screen with the latest scores, news and video highlights. They can also watch live games. All the games broadcast on CBS are free to watch live, while live games broadcast on TBS, TNT and TruTV require a cable TV subscription login. Grab the app today and get ready for next week’s tournament! You can also download NCAA March Madness Live for your Windows Phone!
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Don't be so quick to think it is a good deal, Microsoft is pulling a fast one, they are giving you an update that will make your Windows 8,0 DVD obsolete, once you finish the update you no longer can do anything related to the update with it, if you call and complain they will tell you all they can do is offer you a DVD for 8.1 for $66.00 and there is nothing else they will do. I have been complaining since the update last year to no avail. I think this is not good news for Microsoft, and can't think of any reason for such a huge company to pull such a cheap stunt. I compare this to someone selling you an inferior lock and later deciding that it wasn't a good idea and offered a new replacement one free of charge, then once you have used it to lock something you find out that the original key no longer works, BUT a new key is available for $66.00. Really not a way to make good customer relations.
I wish Microsoft all the best, I will pray they make the right decision and provide the DVD free of charge to anyone who wants one.
May God bless Microsoft and those who make the decisions.
Microsoft, when my prayers are answered you can let me know how to get my free DVD at firstname.lastname@example.org