VLC Player for Windows
VLC is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols.
Perfect for almost all your video files
By using VLC for Windows 10, you’ll have no problem playing the vast majority of your movies, TV series, and music. Basically, the app supports most formats, including OGG, FLAC, MKV, MP3, MP4, WMV, and MOV.
VLC for Windows 10 is equally at home with external devices and multimedia servers. It happily reads content from USB keys, external hard drives, and files served through home servers.
Unfortunately, when it comes to options, VLC for Windows 10 is behind its big brother VLC Media Player. In short, they’re few and far between. There’s a search engine to find your content, options to manage subtitles, audio tracks, and playback speed. That’s about it.
A well-organized player
The interface integrates well with the Windows 10’s style and is ergonomic and easy to use across desktop and touchscreen devices.
VLC for Windows 10organizes multimedia files by type divided into categories for music and video. When you’re playing audio files, you’ll be able to sort by artist, title, and favorite albums. The homepage displays your recently played items and a selection of videos and music from your collection. There is also a button that enables you to easily build playlists by adding the current track or album that you are listening to.
VLC’s arrival on Windows 10 is excellent news for users of the OS. The interface of VLC for Windows 10 is a total success, navigation is comfortable, and the app plays the great majority of files with no problems at all.
Unfortunately, the app is does lack features. You won’t be able to tweak audio files, and there isn’t even a settings window. It’s far from matching the excellent features of the desktop version of VLC Media Player.