Microsoft Movies
When a company faces a demand problem, it needs to initiate a couple of promotional programs to attract attention and get things moving … again. This is what Microsoft is trying to do after it tempts more people to upgrade to Windows 10 over the next 10 days.

The software giant is kicking off a huge promotion for its Windows Store, with more than a 1,000 movies, songs, apps, and games discounted down to just 10 cents. There is a wide range of titles available, but everyone won't own movies as they're available to rent for the 10 cents offer. Movies include "Jurassic World," "Mad Max: Fury Road," and "The Dark Knight Rises."

Songs like Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean" or John Legend's "All of Me" are just 10 cents, and Microsoft has a variety of Xbox-enabled Windows 10 games available. Hitman Go, Angry Birds Star Wars, Assassin's Creed Pirates, and Reckless Racing Ultimate are some of the highlights. There's even applications at just 10 cents, including IM+ Pro, Sticky Notes Pro, and a variety of unnecessary ZIP extractors.

Microsoft appears to be switching out its movie deals on a daily basis, and they're only rentals so consumers will need to rent them and watch them quickly to take advantage of the offer. To keep track of each daily deal they just need to open the Windows Store on a Windows 10 PC and the home section will list all of the daily movies, games, and app deals. Microsoft's "10 days of 10 cents deals" runs until Sunday, 29 November.