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Celebrate Windows 30th with 10 cent apps

Celebrate Windows 30th with 10 cent apps
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It's hard to believe, but today is the 30th anniversary of Windows. Windows 1.0 was released Nov. 20, 1985, and it's a done a lot to shape the tech and non-tech world since then.

To celebrate, take a look at a special deal that Microsoft just announced. If you're running Windows 10, you can download movies, music and apps from the Windows Store for just 10 cents. The deals are going to change regularly, but it's starting off with a bang.

Under the movies section, you can pick up the new "Jurassic World," "Terminator Genisys," "Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1," "Despicable Me" and much more. These are usually $6 to $10 each.

Under music, there are hit songs by major artists such as Pharrel Williams, John Legend, Daft Punk and Maroon 5. These are usually $1.29 each.

Under games, you can get Angry Birds Star Wars, Rayman Fiesta Run, Mahjong Secrets HD and others. These are usually $3 to $10.

Under apps, you'll find KVADPhoto+ Pro, the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, CookMe Pro and more. These are typically $2 to $10.

If you don't see something you like, just wait a day and you'll find more deals. Microsoft is running this promotion from today, November 20, to Sunday, November 29.

Don't have Windows 10 yet? Here's what you need to know before you upgrade.

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