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No matter how you prefer to listen to music on Windows, you have an amazing solution. If you often work with MP3 files and have a large collection, free music players can do all you need. Top 5 Free Music Players for Windows Top 5 Free Music Players for Windows Downloading music still has its advantages. For one thing, you can play music even when you don't have internet access. But which music player should you use? Find the best free music players here. Read more . Of course, many people choose to use a streaming service like Spotify or Google Play Music. Spotify vs. Apple Music vs. Google Play Music:Which is the best? Spotify vs. Apple Music vs. Google Play Music:Which is the best? While there are a plethora of music streaming services out there, there are three main ones that stand out above the rest:Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play Music. But which one is better? Read More

However, one music service you may have overlooked is Microsoft's Groove Music. Groove is the default music player in Windows 10 and is often unfairly criticized How Groove Music Rivals MusicBee as the Best Desktop Music Player for Windows How Groove Music Rivals MusicBee as The Best Desktop Music Player for Windows Did you know that Groove Music has several great tools? To manage and listen to your locally saved music libraries? We highlight its best features compared to competing tools. Read More You can manage and play local files within Groove, but Microsoft also offers a Groove Music Pass to compete with other streaming services.

It costs a standard $10 per month and gives you unlimited, ad-free access to millions of songs using apps for Windows, Xbox, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and the web.

But there is an advantage to sweetening the deal if you act quickly . Between now and June 30, Microsoft is offering a $25 Windows Store gift credit if you sign up for a Groove Music Pass for a year. This credit allows you to purchase apps, games, movies, and more from the Windows Store. If there's a game you've been considering, or a premium app you couldn't justify the cost for, here's a good opportunity to offset that cost.

Of course, Windows Store credit won't be useful to everyone. But if you're not already a subscriber to a premium streaming service, this is a great incentive to start using Groove Music.

Have you tried Groove Music? What do you like or dislike about this? Let us know which music streaming service you've subscribed to in the comments!