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How To Stream Songs In Windows 8.1 Without Any Software

Windows 8.1lets you search for and stream music from a massive library of songs entirely for free and without needing to install additional software. If you have upgraded your PC to Windows 8.1, read below to know how to stream songs for free without any software.

First, from the Start screen (or App screen) type an artist name, and then select it. The page that opens will display details of the artist (photos, bio and lets you read about the artist on Wikipedia) It will often also link to albums and videos.

 From this page, you will see a list of available songs. Click the play button next to any track to streaming it in Xbox Music. You may need to sign in your Microsoft account.

To know the current songs details, click Now Playing. Also,right click the playing track to call up the options bar. From here, you can start a radio station based on that artist, explore the albums and songs and buy a track.


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