We hope you enjoyed today’s episode of This Week on Windows! Head over here to read our Windows 10 Tip on how to set active hours so your PC doesn’t restart while you’re working, save on seasons 1-4 of The Americans, get Resident Evil 7 biohazard from the Windows Store – on sale until March 27 – or keep reading to catch up on this week’s news.
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As the Empire continues to gain power, a group of rebel spies will risk everything to steal the plans to their enemy’s most terrifying new weapon: the Death Star. Buy the epic adventure Rogue One: A Star Wars Story tomorrow on Digital HD in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store. Can’t get enough Star Wars? Buy the Digital Six Film Collection March 24 through April 10 and get a $5 gift card to spend on even more movies, games, apps, or music! For additional details, visit microsoft.com/movies-and-tv.
With one month left in tax season, we’re excited to announce the launch of TurboTax for Windows 10 PCs and tablets in the Windows Store. The app is available to download for free starting today. The TurboTax app brings technological innovation to tax filing, so you can file your taxes with confidence, anytime, anywhere. Read more in our blog post!
New content in Halo Wars 2
A fierce and fiery new ally joins the fray in the UNSC’s battle against Atriox and The Banished. Lt. Colonel Morgan Kinsano, the first of many new add-on leaders, is available today on the Xbox Play Anywhere title Halo Wars 2 for both Windows 10 PC and Xbox One. Read more over at Halo Waypoint!
NCAA March Madness LIVE – Free
The NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament is underway, and the official app, NCAA March Madness LIVE (Free, TV subscription required for some games), is here – ready with every tip-off, layup, 3-pointer and slam dunk of the action. It’s the place to enjoy unlimited access to live-stream video of every tournament game, along with a live, interactive bracket from Bing to keep you up-to-date, too.
Get ready for all the post-apocalyptic action you can handle with Season 2 of Into the Badlands ($24.99 HD, $18.99 SD). Catch up on past episodes of the hit martial arts drama and then dive into the season premiere, available now in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store.
Have a great weekend!
Updated April 13, 2017 10:20 am