Microsoft Updates $15 Windows 10 DVD Player App (No, It Didn’t Make It Free)
Microsoft’s super-expensive DVD Player app available in the Windows Store for Windows 10 users has just received an update on machines running preview builds of the operating system and enrolled in the Fast ring, before the company eventually pushes it to all users at a later time.
Windows DVD Player version 10.16102.10081.0 continues to be available for $15 from the Windows Store, which is quite unexpected given the fact that it’s a Microsoft app and because it does pretty much the same thing as all the other freeware solutions on the market.
What’s new in this version?
Microsoft says that this new version comes with a feature that automatically reads the DVD when a new disc is inserted into the drive and the app is already running, as users previously had to refresh it manually every single time when they put a disc in the unit.
Furthermore, the company has refined the playback bar by moving less-used actions in the three-dot menu, while the ov… (read more)
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