We’ve all heard that VidMate HD was fake, ever since Microsoft Store has offered it for free. They released a link that gets you directly to the location of an app that’s called VidMate HD.
So, how to download VidMate HD from Microsoft?
We are about to show you how to download the app from Microsoft
First, you need to access the link from the official site of Microsoft, which gives you the free download of the app. After you get to the site, you can see the description of the app that you are about to download. Below, you’ll see a menu of the available apps that are there to be downloaded for your PC. When you click on the Description tab, you’ll be able to see the description of this little app called VidMate, and also its features – which include the ability to download videos and music from YouTube.
There are also pieces of information about the requirements of the system – you can read the minimum requirements and the recommended ones for your PC. It’s best to do this before you actually download and install VidMate. On the right corner of the app, you’ll see a blue tab, that’s called VidMate Videos.
When you click on the link, you’ll be redirected to the website that comes from Microsoft. There, you will be asked to enter your e-mail address. They ask this because they want you to log into your Microsoft account. This way, you’ll confirm your e-mail, and you’ll be free to use the app.
After you fill the required fields, you will receive an e-mail on the address you have provided. You’ll be able to confirm the account only if you enter the code that was sent to your e-mail address.
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