Microsoft offers savings on Photoshop Elements and more in Windows Store back-to-school sale

It's back-to-school season, with students of all ages preparing to return to their schools, colleges and universities. If you're among them, make sure you check out our Back to School Shopping Guide, which includes some great products to suit a wide range of budgets.

Microsoft is doing its bit to get students ready to head back to the classroom too, with a bunch of discounts on various apps in the Windows Store, including 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements:

You take pictures of all your special moments and milestones. Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 automates the organizing and editing so you can have fun creating and sharing your amazing photos. Make one-click fixes or use Guided Edits for help along the way. Add artistic effects, create collages, slideshows, cards and more.

Other discounts include:

  • Complete Anatomy - 20% off Upgrade
    Transform traditional 2D learning material into 3D and bring anatomy to life with features like nerve path tracing and tools that help to visualize complex functions, such as nerve supply to muscles, layer guides to identify bone parts/surfaces and muscle origin/insertion points.
  • Drawboard - 50% off
    Need to mark up and annotate your local PDF documents? Replace pen and paper with an app that feels like pen and paper! Avoid printing documents for markup ever again with Drawboard PDF’s uniquely intuitive user interface and experience, smooth and natural pen inking, stylus and touch input separation, and an impressive array of annotation tools.
  • Grapholite - 75% off
    Grapholite is an all-in-one diagrams designer aimed to create all types of business graphics and technical drawings from simple drafts and sketches to complex professional looking documents. The unique “sketch” mode allows single-click styling of any figure as if it is sketched by hand.
  • Earth 3D - 67% off
    This interactive 3D globe features wonders of the world, political and physical maps, and weather. Discover a lot of fascinating facts and useful information about our planet! Original and colorful graphics, user-friendly interface and accurate information – this is what Earth 3D is all about!
  • Skyscrapers by Tinybop - 33% off
    Find out what keeps skyscrapers standing tall and people happy in them all. Test your building’s engineering when dinosaurs invade, lightning strikes, or the earth quakes.

  • Movie Edit Pro - 50% off
    You can enjoy a video editing program that is fun to use. Import video material from all standard cameras and with a resolution of up to 4K in no time at all. When editing your recordings, you can choose between simple Storyboard mode (perfect for beginners) and the advanced and detailed Timeline mode.

  • Virtual Robotics Toolkit - 30% off
    The Virtual Robotics Toolkit (VRT) is an advanced simulator designed to enhance the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® experience. An excellent learning tool for classroom and competitive robotics, the VRT is surprisingly easy-to-use and is approved by teachers and students.

  • Stagelight - 30% off in-app purchase
    With Stagelight, you can make beats, mix loops or even create full multi-track songs with drum, instrument, audio and vocal tracks. Lessons and tutorials including: – Building a beat – Learning how to record instruments – Editing audio and MIDI – Style lessons – much more!

  • Human Japanese - 50% off
    Human Japanese presents the Japanese language from square one in a warm, engaging tone. Going much deeper than the canned phrases and vocab of other apps, it approaches the language in an integrated way, with discussion, recordings, animations, illustrations, photos, reviews, and more. Key concepts are explained with warmth and humor, drawing you into the nuts-and-bolts that you need to understand Japanese while keeping things down-to-earth and engaging.

...and there are further savings available on other apps in the Collection too, all of which will remain available until August 28.

Microsoft is also bringing back its STEM Saturdays events, offering opportunities for hands-on learning at Microsoft Stores:

This month, get ready to test your engineering and data science skills during STEM Saturdays, when The Education Workshop in partnership with Mattel Hot Wheels® Speedometry ™ brings their Forces and Motion project to your local Microsoft Store. During these free, drop in workshops, participants will explore the physics underlying cars competing on iconic Hot Wheels orange track.

You can find out more about STEM Saturdays on the Microsoft Education Blog.

Source: Windows Store Back to School Collection via Windows Blogs

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