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*System Requirements: Microsoft Films & TV requires a broadband internet connection and a Microsoft account. Xbox Live Rewards requires an Xbox Live account. The Microsoft Films & TV app is currently available for Windows (10.X), Xbox One and Xbox 360. The Xbox Video app is available for Windows 8.X/RT PCs and tablets, and Windows Phone 8.X. Windows RT and Windows Phone 8.X users must use the Xbox Video app. For Windows users (XP, Vista, 7.X, 8.X, 10.X), the Microsoft Store requires: Internet Explorer 10+, Firefox 18+ or Chrome 24+ and Silverlight 5+. For Macintosh users (10.6.8+ Intel-based), the Microsoft Store requires: Safari 6.0+ and Silverlight 5+.
Availability: Microsoft Films & TV is currently available in the following 21 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Available features vary by country and by device. Microsoft Films & TV does not currently support Windows Phone in Japan, the purchase of TV programmes is not currently supported in Belgium, and closed captioning is available in the US only. Not all films and TV programmes are available from all studios, in all languages, or in all countries. Free film weekends are not available in all countries. On the Xbox One and the Microsoft Store, Microsoft Films & TV is streaming only. Available Xbox, Kinect for Xbox One, and Kinect for Xbox 360 features vary by country. Xbox Live Rewards is not available in all countries.
Usage Restrictions: The Microsoft Films & TV app allows you to watch films and TV programmes purchased from the Windows Store, the Xbox Store and the Microsoft Store, as well as films & TV shows previously purchased on Xbox Video or Zune Marketplace. TV programmes can only be purchased, not rented. If you rent a film from Microsoft, in most cases you will have 14 days to start watching the film. And once you start watching, in most cases you will have a 24-hour window to finish watching the film. After the rental has been viewed, or the time limits have been reached, the film will automatically disappear from your collection. Free film weekends are typically only viewable for a three-day period. For more service usage rules and restrictions, click here. For Xbox Live terms of service, click here. For Xbox Live rewards terms of service, click here.
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