When you open VS2015 Command Prompt from a newly installed instance of Visual Studio 2017 Community, the prompt fails to intialise the variables. Telling you to “make sure either Visual Studio or C++ Build SKU is installed”. Searching the Internet, this seems to be a known and persisting issue. Here I propose an elegant workaround for it.
Blog entries with tag “Microsoft”
Groove Music allows the user to store their music collection, including songs available via Music Pass subscription, those purchased from the Store, those stored on your OneDrive and those stored locally. This gives the users false impression that purchased music are secured by Microsoft’s service so they’re never lost.