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How to Solve Netflix App not Working Problems on Windows 10/8/8.1

Written by Amanda

Seems that lots of users are undertaking the same problem of Netflix App not working either on Windows 10 or on Windows 8/8.1. Still waiting for the official fix of Microsoft or Netflix to help you solve Netflix App not working problem? No, you need to take your own action. Here are a few suggestions which teach you how to solve Netflix App not working on Windows 10 and Windows 8, don't let this trifle take away your pleasure of enjoying movie.

Updated: Netflix just got down causing users not access Netflix movies and TV streaming service on their smart TVs, laptops and gaming consoles. Though Netflix has resolved the error, you'd better grasp the method mentioned in this article to prevent Netflix not working in the future.

Netflix App not Working? Try This!

Try free 5KPlayer - the best solution to solve Netflix App not working on Windows 10/Windows 8 once and for all. The free Netflix App alternative is going to replace Netflix to download movies from 300+ online sites and stream limitless movie from Windows/Mac to HD TV.

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Netflix App not working on Windows 10 has not been solved effectively. A lot of zealous users posted their non-official solutions online such as installing plug-ins, reinstalling Netflix App to the latest version and even resetting the Windows OS, etc. But, there are people tried those solutions and said it is in vain. Still, those solutions to Netflix App not working on Windows 10 is not the ultimate solution to solve the most substantial problem. Instead of waiting for the official answer, why not try other ways to stream Netflix movies?

Don't be too stubborn to stick to Netflix App which can not work on your computer. Perhaps after you replaced Netflix App with another effective video watching App on Windows 10/Windows 8, with which you can enjoy a complete Netflix movies list, you don't even wanna change it back even if the Netflix App not working problem has been officially solved by Netflix. Thereby, the first and foremost solution to solve Netflix App now working on Windows 10/Windows 8 is to replace it with the free Netflix alternative - 5KPlayer.

How to Use 5KPlayer to Solve Netflix App not Working?

*Step 1: Copy and paste the URL of the movie you want to watch onto the YouTube download interface of this free Netflix App alternative.

*Step 2: Download online movies to your computer by clicking the download button, and you are free to choose video format and resolution.

*Step 3: Click to play the downloaded movie directly with this Netflix App alternative. You can rotate vidoes playback and add subtitles as well while you are playing.

*Step 4: When the movie is at playing, stream the movie to Apple TV by clicking the AirPlay icon on the top right corner and choose the target device from the appeared menu - Apple TV. And there you can watch the movie on your HD TV without worrying Netflix App working or not.

Watch Netflix Movies

Just similar to Netflix right? Maybe you think it is a bit complicated, but considering this Netflix App alternative is 100% free and safe that allows you to watch movies offline and without any plug-ins or adds-on. The most important thing is that you don't have to wait Microsoft or Netflix to officially solve Netflix App not working on your Windows 10 or Windows 8. You can use 5KPlayer to stream movies from Windows 10 PC to Apple TV and watch your favorite movies just fine, isn't it? Besides, you can always watch YouTube movies offline not matter which country you are in: free download HD videos movies such as  the top 10 Christmas movies, Star War, etc. from 300+ online video sites.

Other Solutions to Solve Netflix Not Working Problem

Of course, if you are an acid Netflix user, there are other alternative solutions for you to fix Netflix not working:

Solution 1: Download an app which installs those latest version of DLLs (VCLibs120 and the PlayReadyClient2). Because The Netflix app for Windows 10 requires the new version of VCLibs120 and the PlayReadyClient2 DLLs. These DLL files are previously installed in bulk when installing Netflix app, but it seems that it installed the older versions of VCLibs120 and the PlayReadyClient2. Therefore, install the latest DLLs may help to slove Netflix App not working on Windows 10.

Solution 2: Try another multimedia player. What is the media player you currently using? Some players have their own decoder and will load its own codecs, such as 5KPlayer, maybe the Netflix app itself does not work because it is lacking of codecs to load the video. But with 5KPlayer installed on your windows 10/8, Netflix app can load the players codec instead and then play the videos successfully. You just have to give it a try.

As an all-in-one AirPlay streamer with video downloading function, 5KPlayer is surely the best replacement of Netflix to solve Netflix App not working problem for good. This best Netflix alternative is a rather smart multi-media player that also features in 4K/5K UHD playback ability. And you can expect everything from this player to play videos of all the popular file formats, listen to online radio stations , and play multi-regional DVDs.

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