Microsoft Updates Windows 10 Movies & TV App with New Useful Features
Microsoft has recently released an update for its Windows 10 Movies & TV app, bringing a couple of useful features especially for desktop users. Let’s have a look at which these are and whether they matter or not.
When it announced that it’s going to rebrand the Xbox Music app to Groove Music, Microsoft also talked about the new Movies & TV app in Windows 10. And the first important update has started rolling out for the service.
Movies & TV App for Windows 10 gets new features
Microsoft representative Ellen Kilbourne said that the app has received the following updates:
- During playback, you can double-click or use the ESC key to toggle in and out of full-screen mode
- Extras that come with bundles won’t flood your collection – they are now listed on the detail page of the main title in the bundle
Those who are members of the Windows Insider program are being further asked to provide feedback on this app, as it allows Microsoft to see what’s wrong and what works well.
So, what’s your take so far on the app, do you like or do you think there are still many features that have to be deployed? Leave your comment below and let us know.
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