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How to Replace Windows Essentials in Windows 10

How do you view your photos on Windows? What app do you use if you want to make simple edits to a video? And which app are you relying on for your desktop email client? For lots of you, the answer will be one of the Windows Essentials programs. The package has been a staple of Microsoft’s operating system for a decade — but it’s coming to an end. On the Windows Essentials download page, the company has announced support for the suite will be stopped on January 10, 2017.
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