With Windows 10 Gems!
With support from Microsoft
#DoMoreEveryDay with Microsoft, Windows 10, and Office 365!
Need to get work done? There's a good reason why you're either using Windows 10 or thinking of switching. Microsoft and its partners are busy improving the Windows 10 experience with new apps and services every day, and we like to feature a few of those new experiences with our Gem campaign.
Starting Monday, May 30th we are kicking off our #DoMoreEveryDay, our fifth installment of the Gems in conjunction with support from Microsoft, who is picking up the tab on the assortment of prizes we will be giving away with each featured app! The goal is for us to take the time, review, and try out new additions to the Windows Store that you may not know about, or have not been exposed to in detail.
As you can likely tell by our new hashtag and theme this round we are focusing on productivity and how to streamline your work life. After all, one of Microsoft's strengths is their apps, services, and partnerships that make the world go around for those of us need to get things done.
What to Expect:
Beginning on Monday, May 30th, we will start publishing a new Gem feature every other weekday (think Monday / Wednesday / Friday). As the last time, we will be covering 12 apps, pushing us all the way through June for a whole month of coverage.
With each feature article, we'll also be running sweepstakes to win prizes related to that day's theme. Participation will be easy, with multiple chances to win!
For those of you who follow @windowscentral on Twitter, we'll also be taking the Gems conversation social. So if you are not yet following us, now would be a good time to start!
Feel the love,Spread the Word!
We really love bringing events like these to you, and we try to make it as much for the community as it is for us — and we delight in helping raise the awareness of the awesome apps available in the Windows Store to a broader audience.
And of course, huge thanks goes to Microsoft for once again supporting us in running Gems. Not only do we love being able to do this series, but we also love changing it up each time to bring a new focus to the Windows ecosystem and this time around is no different. Many of our featured apps will be brand new or things we have not covered in detail before, so it's a learning experience for us as much it is you.
Help us make this a fun series – be sure to join in and spread the word!
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Daniel Rubino is the Editor-in-chief of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft since 2007 when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, laptops, next-gen computing, and for some reason, watches. Before all this tech stuff, he worked on a Ph.D. in linguistics, watched people sleep (for medical purposes!), and ran the projectors at movie theaters because it was fun.