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Windows 10 DVD player support will cost you $15

Posted on Thursday, August 06 2015 @ 20:36:20 CEST by


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One of the things missing in Windows 10 is DVD playback support. News hit the web that Microsoft has uploaded its own Windows DVD Player app but the big catch is that it will cost you $14.99. This app is exclusively for DVD, it doesn't support Blu-ray, so we see little reason to get this app as you can get DVD support for free with software like VLC Media Player.
Windows DVD Player for Windows 10 makes it easy to watch your favorite DVDs. Watch both commercial and homemade discs in the DVD-Video format. This app requires a DVD-capable optical drive. Note: customers upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, Home Premium or Windows 8.1 with Media Center will get this app for free for a limited time as an automatic Windows Update. For more details, enter the following link into your web browser: http://aka.ms/win10dvd




 



 

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