Microsoft Has A DVD Player For Windows 10 Priced At $15

Posted: Aug 9 2015, 10:04am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Microsoft Has A DVD Player For Windows 10 Priced at $15

DVD Player by Microsoft is definitely not cheap

Microsoft has introduced a DVD Player for Windows 10 for people who still want to pop in a good, old-fashioned disc to watch a movie.

It is beginning to turn into an obvious concerning why Windows 10 was a free update.

Except the Windows Media Center in Microsoft's most recent working framework, clients who wished to play DVD films locally on their systems would be limited from doing as such.

Presently, Microsoft is resuscitating DVD playback, though at an expense. The Windows DVD Player application on the Microsoft Store costs $15. It doesn't even play Blu-Ray discs.

The application clearly supports both DVD discs and ISO video records.

It’s light on features, however on the bright side; it is free for a restricted time if you upgraded from Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, Home Premium or Windows 8.1 with Media Center.

While this move bodes well given the kind of freemium business plan Microsoft has chosen to work with Windows 10, it is interested that Microsoft would charge money for an application to play DVDs on a PC regardless of enabling complete 3D Blu-Ray playback through a free first-party application on Xbox One.

The new Windows DVD Player application  make it simpler to watch your most loved DVDs including both commercial and homemade discs in the DVD-Video format according to Microsoft. But $15 is steep for a version of Windows Media Center, stripped of its functionality.

Most of the people and professionals recommend people to avoid buying it given that there are varieties of better free and paid options available.How about vlc player??

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.




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