Posted by Amanda Hu | Last updated: December 20, 2019
As of now, nearly a billion computers around the world run Windows 10, largely surpassing the popularity of Windows 7. It is said that Windows 7 official support is going to an end on January 14, 2020, which means there is no official support and update to fix any possible problems. The only way to keep Windows 7 devices running securely is to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10. So, this guide will tell features, how to update and more about Windows 10 in this specific time.
[Attention!] Possible Flaws after Upgrading to Windows 10
Windows 10 won't play DVDs: It is because Windows Media Player on Windows 10 doesn't natively include DVD playback ability and Windows Media Center discontinues on Window 10. Users can install a compatible DVD decoder to let WMP play DVDs or buy the Windows Media Center add-on pack to enable DVD playback on Windows 10. Alternatively, Microsoft default Windows 10 DVD player – Windows DVD Player is another choice to help play DVD discs if you don't mind paying $14.99 for that. So, third-party free DVD player for Windows 10 is the best choice at present to play DVDs on Windows 10.
• Play multi-region DVDs bought from Japan, America, Australia, Canada, etc, no limits;
• Play Disney DRM, Sony ArccOS, CSS-encrypted, etc DVDs without tedious manual decryption;
• Play DVD-R/RW, ISO image, Video_TS, VOB file, and DVD folders easily;
• Handles homemade and commercial discs in 4K effect with no quality loss.
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