Windows 10 bakes in a couple of ways to wind down when the work is done.
The most exciting is the XBox app.
The XBox app ties into your XBox account and shows you what your friends are up to on XBox live.
You can check your achievements and send messages, and if you own an Xbox One, you can even stream games from your console to devices running Windows 10 in your home.
The movies and TV app will host all the videos on your PC, and give you a place to buy or rent new stuff to watch.
This isn't gonna replace Netflix or any other service you're already using, but if you've got an Xbox, all the content you buy will be available there too.
And finally, there's Groove Music.
If you subscribe for ten bucks a month, you'll get access to a lot of music, over 40 million tracks, and you can use the music app on Xbox 360 or your Xbox One to watch music videos.
Now these apps are obviously geared towards people who already own Microsoft devices, so if you've got an Xbox, you're gonna find a lot to like here.
I'm Nate Ralph.
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