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|OS:||Windows XP/Vista x32/x64|
|File Size:||165.21 Mb|
|Release:||16 Sep 2008|
|Update:||17 Sep 2008|
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Zune, Microsoft Corp.’s end-to-end music and entertainment service, again revolutionizes how customers discover and connect to the music they love, where and how they want it. Now Every Zune portable media player will let consumers wirelessly download or stream millions of songs on the go from thousands of wireless hot spots around the country. Paragon ntfs for mac 15 1 70. Free, powerful software and firmware updates will give Zune owners the ability to discover, tag and purchase songs directly from the built-in FM radio, wirelessly access the Zune Marketplace store on the go, and tap into interactive, personalized music recommendations that add even more value to the Zune Pass subscription. Zune is also expanding its device lineup with new 16GB and 120GB capacities as well as shiny new blue-on-silver and sleek all-black color schemes.
A new firmware update will also improve the experience on the Zune device. In addition to the new wireless functionality, Zune will bring new features customers have been asking for:
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Did you buy songs from Zune Marketplace before 2012? Unless you take action, certain songsspecifically, downloads encoded using WMA DRMwill stop playing after March 12th, 2017.
What's WMA DRM?
The Zune music service preceded the services for Xbox Music and Groove, all built by Microsoft. Between the Zune launch in 2006 and April 2011, Zune Marketplace sold songs encoded using WMA digital rights management (DRM). Songs that use DRM play only when a device has a valid license, a hidden file that typically comes with purchase.
Since April 2011, Zune and other Microsoft music servicesincluding Microsoft Store and the current Groove servicehave sold music encoded only in the MP3 format, which has no DRM.
Will songs play?
After installing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, any songs you downloaded as WMA DRM files will no longer play. WMDRM rights management was introduced a long time ago, and its been replaced by PlayReady and other technologies.
However, as long as the songs are still part of the Groove catalog, youll be able to stream those songs in the Groove app or at the Groove website (https://music.microsoft.com), or download them as MP3 for free.
On versions of Windows older than the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (such as Windows 7, Windows 8, etc.), songs encoded with WMA DRM will continue to play as long as your PC has a license and youre using a music app made by Microsoft, such as the Zune software or Windows Media Player.
We recommend, however, that you download your past purchases as MP3s for free while its still possible, because Microsoft will no longer supply fresh licenses for WMA DRM files (if, for instance, you reinstall Windows) after March 12th, 2017.
On Windows Phone 7, Window Phone 8, and Zune devices, songs will continue to play until something happens to invalidate their licenses (file corruption, system update, etc.). You can relicense purchases by playing each individual song before March 12th 2017, but instead we recommend downloading the MP3 version on your PC as soon as possible.
What do I need to do?
On a computer, download your past purchases as MP3 for free.
Note: This works only for songs that are still part of the Groove Music catalog. Some songs have been removed at the request of their copyright holders.
In the Groove app on Windows 10:
Sign in to Groove app using the same Microsoft account you used to buy the music from Zune Marketplace.
Select Songs > Filter > Purchased.
Select one song, then click-right and choose Select all.
Right-click again and select Download.
On versions of Windows 8.1 or earlier, and on others operating systems:
Sign in at music.microsoft.com using the same Microsoft account you used to buy the music from Zune Marketplace.
Select Collection > Songs and filter for Purchased music.
Mouse over a song you want to download and select More (), then Download. Repeat for as many songs you want to download.
Note On the web, you can download each song only once.
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What about songs I bought as MP3s?
Any MP3s, whenever and wherever they were purchased, are not affected. MP3 songs will continue to play normally using your current apps and devices.
What if some of the songs aren't available as MP3s?
Some songs might play in the Zune software even though theyre not in the Groove music catalog. To preserve those songs, burn them to an audio CD.
In the Zune software, right-click the songs you want and select Add to burn list.
Insert a blank CD.
Select the disc icon, then Start burn.