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Microsoft Store Black Friday deals start today! | Windows Experience Blog

Black Friday deals from Microsoft Store kick off today in the U.S. Save big on Surface, Xbox, Windows 10 PCs and more this holiday!

 Whether you shop online from the comfort of home, line up before dawn with the holiday crowds, or like most people, mix it up and shop online and in stores – our Microsoft Store Black Friday deals* are here to solve all your shopping needs. The first Black Friday deals are available starting today in the U.S., and we’ll continue to introduce even more great holiday gift deals through Cyber Monday.

This holiday season Microsoft Store is offering shoppers our best guarantee ever. With our new Give Wonder Guarantee, you are promised our best price of the season no matter when you shop.** If something you purchased at Microsoft Store is offered at a better price later in the season, you can receive savings back for the difference. Plus, with free 2-3-day shipping, free extended holiday returns through Jan. 31, 2020, options to buy online and pick up in stores, we’re making it easier than ever to shop at Microsoft Store. And our Store associates are ready to help you find the perfect gift for everyone on your list.

No matter how you shop this holiday, Microsoft Store has great deals for every type of holiday shopper – read on for our top deals starting today! Visit microsoft.com or your local Microsoft Store to purchase.

 The “Early” Buyer

Eager to get a jump start on your shopping list even before Thanksgiving? Start crossing off your list today with great deals including:

Surface Pro 7

The “Treat Yourself” Gift Giver

What better way to “treat yourself” than to get a gift that keeps on giving – sleek new technology. Starting Nov. 24, save hundreds on the best deals of the season and find a little something for yourself like the Surface Pro 7 or the Surface Laptop 3. Other offerings include:

Surface Laptop 3

The “Game On” Gift Giver

Whether you’re stocking up your game library or buying gifts for the gamer in your life, incredible deals on Xbox consoles, games and accessories also start on Nov. 24.

Xbox consoles and games

The “First One in Line” Shopper

Set your alarm clock, grab your coffee and get ready to shop the best deals of the holiday season. Starting Nov. 28, you can shop all our Black Friday deals, from Surface Pro 7 to HP Laptop 15, with offers including:

HP Laptop 15

The “Bargain” Shopper

In addition to the great deals above, Microsoft Store offers a collection of gifts under $100, so you can stock those stockings or find gifts for less than $20. Here are bargain ideas for anyone on your list:

See our Microsoft Store Black Friday Deals page for full details on all the best deals this holiday. Start shopping today at your local Microsoft Store or online at microsoft.com, and rest easy knowing you’ll get the best price of the season with our Give Wonder Guarantee. Stop into your local Microsoft Store to join activities and festive celebrations all season long. Some local Microsoft Store locations are open on Thanksgiving Day. See full holiday operating days and hours.

Happy shopping!

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* Black Friday offers shown are available online and in Microsoft Stores while supplies last. U.S. prices are shown. Offers and content varies by market and may change at any time. Not valid on prior purchases. May not be combinable with other offers. Other exclusions may apply.

**Offer valid from 12 a.m. PT Nov. 1, 2019 to 11:59 p.m. PT Jan. 3, 2020 (“Offer Period”) on qualifying purchases of select physical goods made at Microsoft retail and online stores in the United States (including Puerto Rico) and Canada during the Offer Period. Excludes certified refurbished devices, Surface for Business devices, and all digital services and products. Offer not valid on purchases made at third-party retailers. Customer eligible for price adjustment only if 1) Customer purchases eligible item during the Offer Period, (2) the price of the item is reduced during the Offer Period, and 3) Customer requests a price adjustment while the item’s price is currently reduced and in-stock for purchase. For purchases made at a physical store and online, Customer can go to any physical store and present receipt to get a qualifying price adjustment.  For purchases made online, Customer must contact Microsoft Store Sales and Support at 1-877-696-7786 with order number and any other information requested by the Store Sales representative. Refunds will be provided to Customer in same manner as item was purchased (credit card use will be credited to original card). Maximum of one price adjustment per item will be granted during Offer Period. Bulk buys of more than two of the same device, per customer’s Microsoft Account, will not qualify for price adjustments. Price adjustments do not include taxes, or shipping or other fees. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Microsoft reserves the right to modify or discontinue offers at any time. Other exclusions and limitations may apply.

*** Not valid for existing Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members, other exclusions apply. Credit card required.  After promotional period, subscription continues to be charged at the then-current regular price (subject to change), unless cancelled. Plus applicable taxes.  Cannot be combined with any other offer. Limit 1 offer per account. Game catalog varies over time and by country.

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‘Thank you for helping us make history’: Microsoft’s new London flagship store opens to the public

Microsoft’s new flagship store in London has opened its doors to the public for the first time, with people waiting hours to be among the first to set foot inside.

The first physical retail store for Microsoft in the UK, which is located on Oxford Circus and covers 22,000 square feet over three floors, was officially unveiled to the crowd at 11am.

Chris Capossela, Microsoft’s Chief Marketing Officer, Cindy Rose, UK Chief Executive, and Senior Store Manager John Carter welcomed the public by giving speeches in front of the doors on Regent Street.

Rose said the store was a “symbol of Microsoft’s enduring commitment to the UK”, which allows people to “experience the best the company has to offer”. “Thank you for helping us make history today,” she added.

People had started queuing along Regent Street from 7am to see Microsoft’s Surface devices, HoloLens, Xbox Gaming Lounge and sit in the McLaren Senna on the ground floor.

Store associates welcome customers to the store

One customer, Blair, had started queuing at 7:30am after travelling from Wiltshire by bus. “I’m a Microsoft fan but I especially love Xbox. I heard there would be a few games from [videogame event] E3 here,” he said. “I really want to have a go in the McLaren Senna.”

Denise, from Sutton, was interested in seeing the Surface devices. “I want to see the latest technology and products that Microsoft has in there. I might buy a new laptop today.”

Callum, from London, also wanted to sit in the McLaren Senna. “I play a lot of Forza, so I want to experience the car and the Xbox Gaming Lounge,” he said.

James, from Reading, wanted to see how the store could help businesses. “I’m excited to see what it’s like,” he said. “I want to see what they can offer businesses. The outside of the store looks incredible; it’s a masterpiece of architecture.”

Microsoft handed out free T-shirts and Xbox Game Pass codes to people in the queue, while the first 100 visitors to buy a Surface Pro 6 were also given a free limited edition Liberty Surface Type Cover.

Staff clap as customers enter the store

At 11am, the curtains in the store windows dropped to reveal excited store staff, dressed in red, green, yellow and blue shirts – the colours of Microsoft’s logo – jumping up and down and cheering.

The customers walked into a store with a modern feel, with lots of space and wood and glass surfaces. They were greeted by staff standing in front of a large video wall and Surface devices on tables, with the McLaren on their right and the HoloLens mixed-reality headset to their left. A wooden spiral staircase or lifts took them to the first floor, where they could play the latest Xbox and PC titles in high-quality gaming chairs and professional pods in the Gaming Lounge, purchase third-party laptops and accessories and get tech support, trainings, repairs and advice from the Answer Desk, or go to the Community Theatre where coding workshops were taking place. Visitors could create their own personalised Surface Type Cover with Surface Design Lab, featuring a range of designs that can be etched directly onto the cover. They also took photos in the Selfie Area.

The enterprise area on the second floor is a place to support, train and grow businesses no matter where they are on their digital transformation journey. From small companies and educational institutions to enterprise customers, the Product Advisors and Cloud Technical Experts will help customers discover, deploy and use Microsoft 365 and other resources to solve business challenges such as AI, data security, collaboration and workplace efficiencies. This floor also contains an area for hosting events, as well as meeting rooms and a Showcase space for demonstrating how customers, including Carlsberg and Toyota, are digitally transforming.

It is also the most accessible store Microsoft has ever opened, with store associates collectively speaking 45 languages, buttons to open doors, lower desks to help those in wheelchairs and Xbox Adaptive Controllers available for gamers with restricted movement.

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We’re opening a store in the UK because London is ‘hard to beat’, says top Microsoft executive

Microsoft chose to open its first European flagship store in London because the city is “hard to beat,” one of the company’s top executives has revealed.

Chris Capossela, Chief Marketing Officer, visited the store with UK CEO Cindy Rose ahead of its launch on July 11, and he said there were “very few locations in the world” that are as appealing as the UK capital.

The first physical retail store for Microsoft in the UK is located on Oxford Circus and covers 22,000 square feet over three floors.

Capossela (above) said it contains many one-of-a-kind features, including a full-sized McLaren Senna sports car that doubles as a Forza Motorsport 7 experience, a Gaming Lounge, a Community Theatre featuring free workshops all-year-round and an entire floor dedicated to helping businesses and organisations use technology.

“Around 86 million people pass through Oxford Circus every year,” he said. “That’s hard to beat. London is also an incredibly diverse city, so we can serve lots of different customers here; it’s a very pan-European city.

A girl uses a Microsoft Surface device in the Flagship London Store

“There are very few locations in the world that feature all the different parts that make up what Microsoft is. The early adoption of technology in the UK has been very impressive. That’s important when the company is thinking about what investments to make and where to make them. This flagship would not be in London if we didn’t have a very strong commercial business in this country. We thought very deeply about this.”

The central London flagship store has a modern feel, with lots of space and wood and glass surfaces. Visitors will be greeted on the ground floor by a large video wall and Surface devices on tables, with the McLaren on their right and the HoloLens mixed-reality headset to their left. A wooden spiral staircase or lifts will take them to the Gaming Lounge on the first floor, where they can play the latest Xbox and PC titles in high-quality gaming chairs and professional pods, purchase third-party laptops and accessories and get tech support, trainings, repairs and advice from the Answer Desk. All visitors can create their own personalised Surface Type Cover with Surface Design Lab, featuring a range of designs that can be etched directly onto the cover. They can also take photos in the Selfie Area.

The enterprise area on the second floor is a place to support, train and grow businesses no matter where they are on their digital transformation journey. From small companies and educational institutions to enterprise customers, the Product Advisors and Cloud Technical Experts will help customers discover, deploy and use Microsoft 365 and other resources to solve business challenges such as AI, data security, collaboration and workplace efficiencies. This floor also contains an area for hosting events, as well as meeting rooms and a Showcase space for demonstrating how customers, including Carlsberg and Toyota, are digitally transforming.

Anyone buying a Surface at the Store can get a designed etched onto the cover

It is also the most accessible store Microsoft has ever opened, with buttons to open doors, lower desks to help those in wheelchairs and Xbox Adaptive Controllers available for gamers with restricted movement.

The 150 Store Associates welcoming visitors speak a total of 45 languages, and selected members of the team can also communicate in British Sign Language. John Carter, Senior Store Manager at the store, said the staff are a mix of ages, genders, ethnicities and abilities, and had all gone through six weeks of training to “deliver our customer-obsessed culture” from when the doors open at 11am on July 11.

Rose also announced that Microsoft is donating £1 million to three charities – UK Youth, Raspberry Pi Foundation and The London Community Foundation – to help them continue to teach digital skills to disadvantaged young people and to support grass-roots community groups in Westminster with digital and employability skills.

“I’m excited about this donation because it’s going to give these charities the opportunity to have even more of an impact across the UK. We are also auctioning 10 limited edition Surface devices designed by British retailer Liberty London, with all proceeds going to gaming charity SpecialEffect, which helped develop the Xbox Adaptive Controller.”

Cindy Rose, Microsoft UK CEO, with gamer Vivek Gohil
Cindy Rose, Microsoft UK CEO, with gamer Vivek Gohil

Talking about the journey to this week’s opening, she added: This has been a three-year labour of love for me. During my Microsoft job interview [in 2016] I remember discussing the need for a Microsoft retail store in London. That’s how long I’ve been thinking about this and planning it. I feel like that part of the jigsaw is now complete.

“What I love most about this flagship is that it’s so much more than just a shopping experience. It is a destination where we can engage with local community to bring our mission to life. Whether it’s teaching kids to code, training educators on how to use tech in the classroom, or showing small businesses and large enterprises how we can help digitally transform their organisation, this store will be the best place to experience all that’s possible with Microsoft.”

Capossela, who said it is “really important for us to have a place that people can walk into and experience Microsoft,” agreed that the store will appeal to every type of customer.

“I want all our stores to have a Microsoft vibe, be very colourful, human and approachable,” he said. “These are the things we want our brand to stand for. The London flagship has some special experiences. I feel very lucky that we have found a space as good as Oxford Circus in London.”

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For Sale – Reduced – Macbook Pro Retina 15inch, I7, 1TB, 16GB Ram, Mid 2014

Selling my Macbook Pro Mid 2014 15inch, I7, 1TB, 16GB (bought directly from the apple store) because of my recent upgrade to the new model. This was used as a main laptop for my work and it is still in great condition and working order running VMs and other tools for my work.

Note: There is a small mark on the screen and it doesn’t affect the display or from using it. There is a also a small wear and tear mark on the top cover – general wear and tear. I have attached the photos for it.

Specs: I7 2.5GHz, 16GB, 1TB SSD, Nvidia 750m graphics
Manufactured date: 2015-02-02

I will reset the OS before posting and prefer cash on collection, so the buyer can check everything. Postage and insurance are not included in the asking price.

Comes with charger and the original box.

Price and currency: 850.00
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT or Cash on Collection
Location: Richmond, London
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised outside as well
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

For Sale – Macbook Pro Retina 15inch, I7, 1TB, 16GB Ram, Mid 2014

Selling my Macbook Pro Mid 2014 15inch, I7, 1TB, 16GB (bought directly from the apple store) because of my recent upgrade to the new model. This was used as a main laptop for my work and it is still in great condition and working order running VMs and other tools for my work.

Note: There is a small mark on the screen and it doesn’t affect the display or from using it. There is a also a small wear and tear mark on the top cover – general wear and tear. I have attached the photos for it.

Specs: I7 2.5GHz, 16GB, 1TB SSD, Nvidia 750m graphics
Manufactured date: 2015-02-02

I will reset the OS before posting and prefer cash on collection, so the buyer can check everything. Postage and insurance are not included in the asking price.

Comes with charger and the original box.

Price and currency: 1000.00
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT or Cash on Collection
Location: Richmond, London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

For Sale – Macbook Pro Retina 15inch, I7, 1TB, 16GB Ram, Mid 2014

Selling my Macbook Pro Mid 2014 15inch, I7, 1TB, 16GB (bought directly from the apple store) because of my recent upgrade to the new model. This was used as a main laptop for my work and it is still in great condition and working order running VMs and other tools for my work.

Note: There is a small mark on the screen and it doesn’t affect the display or from using it. There is a also a small wear and tear mark on the top cover – general wear and tear. I have attached the photos for it.

Specs: I7 2.5GHz, 16GB, 1TB SSD, Nvidia 750m graphics
Manufactured date: 2015-02-02

I will reset the OS before posting and prefer cash on collection, so the buyer can check everything. Postage and insurance are not included in the asking price.

Comes with charger and the original box.

Price and currency: 1100.00
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT or Cash on Collection
Location: Richmond, London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Trend Micro apps fiasco generates even more questions

The saga surrounding Trend Micro apps being removed from the Mac App Store for gathering data inappropriately drags on, but the company’s latest admission raises even more questions.

In the latest update to its response to allegations that its Mac apps were stealing user data, Trend Micro admitted that it published another banned app — Open Any Files: RAR Support.

Thomas Reed, director of Mac and mobile at Malwarebytes Labs, had previously found the Open Any Files app — listed as being developed by Hao Wu — to be gathering the same data as the Trend Micro apps, transmitting that data to Trend Micro servers and promoting Trend Micro’s Dr. Antivirus app, which was one of the six Trend Micro apps banned initially by Apple. 

While the cybersecurity company based in Japan did not explain why it did not take ownership of the Open Any Files app before, Trend Micro admitted the app used “the same module” to collect browser history data as the other Trend Micro apps. As such, the company said it would “no longer publish or support this product.”

Reed found the admission interesting because Trend Micro had previously described Open Any Files as an affiliate app.

“I’m not sure who Hao Wu is. I had assumed it was someone who was abusing the Trend affiliate program to get paid for referrals to their apps. It’s very odd that Trend is now saying that they own that app,” Reed said via Twitter direct message. “Why would their own app use App Store affiliate links when linking to other apps they own?”

Reed added that Malwarebytes had found the Open Any Files app to be “very shady” and so he had been tracking it since December.

“[Promoting other Trend Micro apps] was its sole purpose. The other functionality it provided was extremely minimal, and it used [a] trick to get triggered any time the user opened an unfamiliar document type,” Reed said. “I’m not entirely sure what the point is. These are all junk apps that are a dime a dozen on the App Store. They really don’t provide much — if any — value to the user, in my opinion. I suspect the data collection was a primary goal, but that’s just a theory.”

When questioned about Open Any Files and the other Trend Micro apps, the company refused to answer and instead linked to the updated blog post, noting that it now has an FAQ and “will continue to be updated with other questions and answers.”

Reed said the company didn’t seem ready to talk about the issues with the Trend Micro apps for Mac, but they should have been because changes to the apps indicated they expected the controversy.

“One thing that is striking is their claim about displaying [an end-user license agreement] that the user has to agree to. That was not the case in any of our testing, which actually started back in December, and was repeated several times right up to just before publication of our article,” Reed said. “Someone on Twitter posted a couple screenshots… before September 7 and after September 7. Before, no EULA. After, the EULA appeared. They knew this was coming, and their response was to add a EULA rather than remove the data exfiltration code.”

Trend Micro apps on Mac accused of stealing data

Researchers charged that multiple apps in the Mac App Store were stealing data and Apple removed the offending apps from the store, but now Trend Micro is refuting the claims against its apps.

At least eight apps — six Trend Micro apps and two published by a developer who goes by the name “Yongming Zhang” — were found to be gathering data, including web browsing history, App Store browsing history and a list of installed apps, from user systems. Reports about the apps potentially stealing data first appeared on the Malwarebytes forum in late 2017, but the issues were confirmed recently by at least three individuals: Patrick Wardle, CEO and founder of Digita Security, a security researcher based in Germany who goes by the Twitter handle @privacyis1st, and Thomas Reed, director of Mac and mobile at Malwarebytes Labs.

Wardle dug into claims by @privacyis1st that the number four ranked paid app, published by “Yongming Zhang” in the Mac App Store — Adware Doctor — was stealing data. At first Wardle saw the app was behaving normally until it came time to “clean” the user system, when he observed the app stealing browser history data and a list of installed apps.

“From a security and privacy point of view, one of the main benefits of installing applications from the official Mac App Store is that such applications are sandboxed. (The other benefit is that Apple supposedly vets all submitted applications – but as we’ve clearly shown here, they (sometimes?) do a miserable job),” Wardle wrote in a blog post. “When an application runs inside a sandbox it is constrained by what files or user information it can access. For example, a sandboxed application from the Mac App Store should not be able to access a user’s sensitive browser history. But Adware Doctor clearly found [a way].”

Trend Micro apps and company response

Adware Doctor and another app — Open Any Files: RAR Support — were developed by an unknown developer whose identity is based on the name of a notorious Chinese serial killer, Zhang Yongming, who was executed in 2013 after being convicted on killing 11 boys and young men. In addition to these apps stealing data, Reed noted in his analysis that at least two Trend Micro apps appeared to be acting improperly.

Reed said he “saw the same data being collected and also uploaded in a file named file.zip to the same URL used by Open Any Files” in the app Dr. Antivirus. Reed said Open Any Files and the Trend Micro apps were uploading the zip file to Trend Micro servers.

“Unfortunately, other apps by the same developer are also collecting this data. We observed the same data being collected by Dr. Cleaner, minus the list of installed applications,” Reed wrote in his analysis. “There is really no good reason for a ‘cleaning’ app to be collecting this kind of user data, even if the users were informed, which was not the case.”

Trend Micro admitted that its apps — Dr Cleaner, Dr Cleaner Pro, Dr. Antivirus, Dr. Unarchiver, Dr. Battery, and Duplicate Finder — were removed from the Mac App Store, but denied that the apps were “stealing” data and sending that data to Chinese servers.

The company said in its response that the Trend Micro apps were collecting and uploading “a small snapshot of the browser history on a one-time basis, covering the 24 hours prior to installation,” but claimed this functionality was “for security purposes” and that the actions were permitted by users as part of the EULA agreed to on installation.

Trend Micro linked to a support page for Dr. Cleaner that showed browser history as one of the types of data collected with user permission, but Reed said on Twitter that he kept archived copies of the apps and he did not find any in-app notifications about data collection.

Despite denying any wrongdoing, Trend Micro said it was taking steps to “reassure” users that their data was safe.

“First, we have completed the removal of browser collection features across our consumer products in question. Second, we have permanently dumped all legacy logs, which were stored on US-based AWS servers. This includes the one-time 24 hour log of browser history held for three months and permitted by users upon install,” Trend Micro wrote. “Third, we believe we identified a core issue which is humbly the result of the use of common code libraries. We have learned that browser collection functionality was designed in common across a few of our applications and then deployed the same way for both security-oriented as well as the non-security oriented apps such as the ones in discussion. This has been corrected.”

It is unclear why Open Any Files was uploading data to Trend Micro servers or if Trend Micro was the only company with access to the data uploaded by any of the Trend Micro apps.

Trend Micro did not respond to questions at the time of this post.

Apple’s responsibility in the Mac App Store

Despite being a central figure in the story of the Trend Micro apps being removed from the Mac App Store, the one company that has kept quiet has been Apple. Apple has not made a public statement and did not respond to requests for comment at the time of this post.

Apple claims, “The safest place to download apps for your Mac is the Mac App Store. Apple reviews each app before it’s accepted by the store, and if there’s ever a problem with an app, Apple can quickly remove it from the store.” But, Wardle said “it’s questionable whether these statements actually hold true,” given the number of apps found to be stealing data and Wardle pointed out that the Mac App Store has known issues with fake reviews propping up bad apps.

Stefan Esser, CEO of Antid0te UG, a security audit firm based in Cologne, Germany, also criticized Apple’s response to the claims apps in its store were stealing data.

“The fact that Apple was informed about this weeks ago and [chose] to ignore and that they finally reacted after bad press like two days before their announcement of new products for you to buy is for sure just coincidence,” Esser wrote on Twitter.

And Reed said it’s best to not trust certain apps in the Mac App Store.

For Sale – Apple Airport Time Capsule 2TB (newest version)

For sale is my Apple Airport Time Capsule 2TB purchased from Apple store Reading just over a year ago.

It has been kept in the cupboard since purchasing so is in pristine condition.

I’m based in Basingstoke and more than happy for you to come and have a look at it, if you have any questions do let me know.

Based on eBay prices £100 is very fair. They tend to go for a fair bit more but this saves me dealing with the hassle of eBay.

Any questions, just let me know!

Price and currency: 100
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Payment method: Bank transfer or PPG
Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire
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For Sale – Apple Airport Time Capsule 2TB (newest version)

For sale is my Apple Airport Time Capsule 2TB purchased from Apple store Reading just over a year ago.

It has been kept in the cupboard since purchasing so is in pristine condition.

I’m based in Basingstoke and more than happy for you to come and have a look at it, if you have any questions do let me know.

Based on eBay prices £100 is very fair. They tend to go for a fair bit more but this saves me dealing with the hassle of eBay.

Any questions, just let me know!

Price and currency: 100
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Payment method: Bank transfer or PPG
Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire
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