Microsoft begins winding down music sales from the Microsoft Store

Microsoft is beginning the first step of winding down its music sales and streaming services.

Now, the Microsoft Store has been updated to remove the music section completely for Insiders, On these store builds, you now aren’t able to purchase music from the Store anymore.

Microsft announced its upcoming shutdown on Groove earlier this year. The firm advised Windows users to migrate their collection from Groove to Spotify.

This update also restores some fluent design features to Windows 10 Mobile users and rearranges the layout of the Store app slightly.

The update is rolling out to users of Windows 10 in Insider Rings, and will no doubt roll out to general users by the New Year, when Groove is finally shut down.

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