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    Windows Media Player & Windows 10

    Just read "what you will loose". If we will loose Windows Media Center, does that mean we will also loose the Windows Media Player (I use it to play mp4 videos)? If so, what software can I use to play my .mp4 videos.

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    IMO, VLC Media Player is an excellent free replacement.

    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by casso View Post
    If we will lose Windows Media Center, does that mean we will also lose the Windows Media Player (I use it to play mp4 videos)?
    No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casso View Post
    Just read "what you will loose". If we will loose Windows Media Center, does that mean we will also loose the Windows Media Player (I use it to play mp4 videos)? If so, what software can I use to play my .mp4 videos.
    WMP, still, exists. The default Store APP Video plays your MP4s, as well. Loosing WMC does not mean a loss of being able to enjoy your MP4s, not @ all. For all people did w/ WMC, the main impact is on using a computer to watch television. 10, still can do it but, in conjunction w/ Xbox.

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