We hope you enjoyed today’s episode of This Week on Windows! Head over here to learn all about the new LinkedIn app for Windows 10 PCs, check out the Apps to Study and Play Collection, read this week’s Windows 10 Tip on getting started with the Photos app and Sway – or, keep reading for what’s new in the Windows Store.
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Learn how indie games are providing a platform to showcase creativity and diversity in the latest episode of our .future podcast
We recently launched .future, a new podcast about making the future happen. In this week’s episode, we’re talking about the ‘Moonlights’ and ‘Napoleon Dynamites’ – the indie games that are breaking out, changing paradigms and making a case for independence in gaming. Head over here to listen to our own Major Nelson & Katie Stone Perez discuss the gaming industry and how to support indie developers!
Here’s what’s new in the Windows Store this week:
Groove knows what a great day at the shore should sound like, and its Best Beats for the Beach playlists bring together awesome music in a series of can’t-miss mixes. Wherever you are, Groove has a playlist for your mood – from Poolside, to Chill on the Beach, to Upbeat Tempo and the Wind-Down.
Technology makes it easy to capture images every day, but keeping them organized, easy to find and easy to share is where Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 ($69.99 through July 30, 2017; regularly $99.99) comes in. Now on sale for 30% off through July 30, Adobe PSE makes photo and video organization, editing, creating, and sharing as simple as it gets.
Apps to Study and Play Collection is a special selection of 18 helpful, handy apps to accompany students through another year of studying and accomplishment. Popular titles include Nebo, Complete Anatomy, Duolingo, Khan Academy and much more. Check out the whole selection in the Windows Store today!
It all comes down to the final fight. After a nuclear apocalypse, does humanity stand a chance against the vampiric strigoi? Watch the final season of the terrifying horror series The Strain ($24.99 HD, $16.99 SD) available now in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store.
Have a great weekend!