Watching DVDs in Windows Media Player 11

This weekend I tried to watch a movie on my computer only to find out it wasn’t working. The reason it wasn’t working was because I did not have the proper Codec installed. So I started hunting around online for a solution. Microsoft recommends these, however I quickly discovered that none of them are free. And since I’m a bit of a freegan when it comes to software applications, I decided to do a bit of hunting around for a better solution. This led me to K-Lite Codec Pack which I downloaded and installed with minimal effort. To learn more about K-lite check out the Wikipedia article.

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  1. Windows Media Player 11 is the new and easy to use Media Player from Microsoft. So you have downloaded this program and want to get started on adding files. Windows Media Player may automatically add files and folders but it tends to do these from the default folders such as ‘My Music’ and ‘My Videos’. Great update and you explained it very well. .Thanks

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