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Grazie wrote on 1/9/2016, 9:41 AM
I saw that MV10; read the info and I still can't work out why I'd want it?

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Grazie

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diverG wrote on 1/9/2016, 12:04 PM
Thanks for the heads up. Could be very useful in Win10 as there is no WMP.

Just loaded onto W7 and all the file types I use open and play when dragged onto the 'zoom' icon. Now to trial it on W10

Thanks DG

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prairiedogpics wrote on 1/9/2016, 1:47 PM
Thx for the heads up! I had ZoomPlayer back in the day for my first HTPC, but had let the updates lapse.
Great piece of software.
musicvid10 wrote on 1/9/2016, 3:17 PM
Some ppl use it instead of or in addition to VLC.

Grazie wrote on 1/9/2016, 3:46 PM
Thanks MV10. I'm all zoomed in now!

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Grazie

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wwjd wrote on 1/9/2016, 5:43 PM
Will it play commercial blu-ray discs?
PeterDuke wrote on 1/9/2016, 9:55 PM
Don't overlook MPC-HC as a free alternative.
Nick Hope wrote on 1/10/2016, 2:10 AM
"Could be very useful in Win10 as there is no WMP."

I'm still successfully using WMP 12.0.10011.16384 on the very latest Windows 10, and I have reset it as my default player for MP3 etc., which "Groove Music" came in and hijacked at each update. I usually use VLC for most video formats.
wwjd wrote on 1/10/2016, 9:44 AM
I still use VLC for everything video/audio.

Is there anything truly better yet? Free, fast, small, simple, more formats?

( I realize Zoomplayer may be of a different use)