Windows 10 users can shop in the Windows app store for just 10 cents.
Today Microsoft unveiled the Microsoft Black Friday 2015 deals. The Microsoft Black Friday sale will begin on Thanksgiving Day, but there are already very special deals available today.
Don't Miss: See the first leaked Black Friday 2016 Ad
Microsoft is thanking its Windows customers for reaching 110 million devices running Windows 10 by offering 1,000 10-cent deals over the next 10 days.
Windows 10 users in the U.S. can download movies, songs, games and apps for $0.10 each using the Windows Store. Starting today and while supplies last, you can rent movies including "Jurassic World," "Terminator Genisys" and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" for only 10 cents.
The 10 cent music deals include "What Do You Mean," by Justin Bieber, "All of Me," by John Legend, and "Timber," by Pitbull. Microsoft will change these deals daily until November 29.
This is a great and convenient Black Friday promotion. Each day, you can just spend some change and get music, movies and apps.
We have reported about the deals offered in the Microsoft Black Friday 2015 Sale earlier today. This is the first Holiday shopping season for Windows 10. There are plenty of Windows 10 laptops and PCs on sale with steep discounts. Microsoft has lofty goals for Windows 10 deployments. The deals are made to entice consumers to upgrade to a new computer running Windows 10.
All Black Friday 2015 ads have been released and with the release of the Amazon Black Friday 2015 deals, the best Black Friday 2015 deals are revealed.
We will bring you extensive rumors, news, ads, deals and reviews of everything Black Friday 2015 has to offer and will guide you to the hottest bargains like we did in the past years.
How To: Buy a Pokemon Go Plus
If you have a question about Black Friday, drop a comment below or email us, we are here to help. Connect with Black Friday shoppers in our Black Friday Community on Facebook. Black Friday 2015 is on November 27th, 2015. The Black Friday 2015 sale begin midnight Thanksgiving Day online and as early as 6am in stores. Most major retailer open their stores at 5pm and 6pm on Thanksgiving Day.