Zune turned 13 years old in 2019. While it's long gone, and it never had a chance of stopping iPod's domination, it's still my favorite Microsoft product of all time.
Microsoft is turning out the light on official technical support for several of its older products on its community forums.
Its days of being the best MP3 player money can buy (take that, iPod!) may be over, but it turns out Microsoft’s Zune still has an important role to play.
As previously announced, today is the final day for Microsoft's Zune online services, as the company completes the transition to its new Groove Music service.
Microsoft has begun alerting Zune Music Pass subscribers to the service's impending transition to Groove Music Pass on November 15, publishing a support document on what to expect in the process.
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