Best Movie Players For Windows 7 And Features

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Hello everyone, I am a big fan of watching movies and videos. I spend my most of the time in watching movies and Netflix shows. Recently I purchased a laptop and, I switched to Windows. Kindly tell me what would be the best Movie Players for Windows 7 and features.

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Best Movie Players For Windows 7 And Features


Windows 7 is most excellent and useful version of Windows history. It supports best security feature as well as entertainment features.

Windows 7 supports various movie players such as:

i. VLC Media Player

ii. Windows Media Player

iii. GOM Player

iv. Media Player Classic

v. KM Player

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Best Movie Players For Windows 7 And Features


If you’re on Microsoft Windows 7, you don’t need to install third-party media players because Windows 7 itself has its own built-in media player called Windows Media Player. Windows Media Player 12 was released with Windows 7. Microsoft Windows 7 is an operating system for personal computers developed by Microsoft and part of the Windows NT series of operating systems.

Formerly codenamed “Blackcomb” and later “Vienna”, the operating system was released to manufacturing on July 22, 2009 and was made available to the public on October 22, 2009. Its public release happened less than three years after Windows Vista was released. Windows 7 shares many features with Windows Vista but there are also some unique ones like the following:

  • Action Center – this feature allows users to view the alerts Windows 7 can show. This is a nifty feature that will allow you to control those annoying messages but not disabling them.
  • Aero Shake – with this feature, when you click and shake an open window, all other remaining windows on the desktop will minimize.
  • Aero Snap – with this, when you drag a window to any side of the screen, the window will resize automatically.
  • Windows Touch – this feature is designed to work with computers with touchscreen displays.

If you still want to install third-party media players, you should try VLC media player. It supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Another one that works pretty well on slow computers is MPlayer for Windows. It can play HD movies even on slow machines.

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