This week on the Windows Central Podcast: The death of Windows 7 and Groove Music, plus Halo on PC, and more!
As perhaps the final nail in the Groove Music coffin, the service will drop support for streaming your music stored on OneDrive at the end of the month.
Groove music is dying on iOS and Android, but that doesn't mean you can't stream your music from OneDrive to your devices.
Release Preview Windows Insiders can get their hands on some handy new Groove Music features, including an equalizer and interesting wallpaper settings.
Despite the end of Groove Music Pass, Groove will live on as a local and cloud-based music player for Windows 10.
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