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Trapped in how to play DVD on computer? Troubled with playing DVD on Windows 10,8 or MacBook Air/Pro? Read on and you will find out different useful ways to play DVDs on your Windows (10) or Mac OS based computer.
You will need 5KPlayer, an omnipotent DVD player to free play DVDs on Windows (10)/Mac OS computer regardless of region codes, Disney DRM, DVD CSS, Sony ARccOS, etc. Remember: any DVD - DVD disc, ISO, VIDEO_TS, and VOB are just well supported by 5KPlayer.
1. Can't Play DVD on Windows (10) Computer
If you are a Windows user, you may find that you can't play DVD on Windows 10 computer after updating from Windows 8/8.1/7. That's because Microsoft took away the Windows Media Center. If you want to play DVD on computer you should pay $14.99 or use Microsoft's half-baked DVD player which always failes to playback a few of DVD movies. So, why not turn to the free and always reliable DVD video player-5KPlayer to replace the Windows 10's DVD app.
2. Can't Play DVD on MAC OS (MacBook Air/Pro) Computer
There may be two reasons: 1. Apple DVD player can work only if you launch a third party tool to copy DVD to DVD media file first; 2. With the exception of MacBook Pro (without Retina Display), all new Macs no longer feature DVD SuperDrive. That is to say you need to pay extra money for an external optical drive, after that you can play DVD on your Mac computer. But very luckily, it's possible to play DVD on your Mac without buying external drive thanks to MacX DVD Ripper Free-a free DVD ripping software for Mac OS.
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This article covers how to play dvd on computer and other devices such as iPhone iPad.Multi Region DVD Players
Read this article to know which one is the best multi region DVD player for you to spend money on.
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