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Groove Music Pass
Groove Music Pass (formerly Xbox Music Pass and, before, Zune Music Pass) was a music subscription service, which allows subscribers to download an unlimited number of songs for as long as their subscription is active.
Internet Explorer, also known as IE, was a series of web browsers developed by Microsoft. During it's peak it had a market share of 95%, mostly due to being the default browser for the Windows operating system. The last two decades have resulted in Google Chrome taking it's place as the most used browser, largely because of a better developer experience and the rise of Android.
Kin was a short-lived mobile phone line from Microsoft designed for users of social networking.