When Windows 10/11 came along, it left behind Windows Media Center, a utility for home theater PCs that let you play DVDs on your computer. This caused the problem of Windows 10/11 can't play DVD. Maybe someone found out that the Windows Store App launched an app called Windows DVD Player, then will this software be a good solution to solve DVD playback on Windows 10/11?
Maybe not. First of all, you have to pay $14.99 for this software. Secondly, after testing, this software is difficult to crack the encryption method of commercial DVD and cannot smoothly play all the DVDs we purchased. But luckily, there are many other available free DVD players compatible with Windows 10/11. For example, VLC player. Noting that, VLC perhaps fails to play the DVD due to the lack of corresponding codecs, so you’re supposed to install DVD codecs for smooth playback.
Also, there are other ways to help you play DVD on Windows 10/11 with no hassle. One of the most recommended solutions is to use a useful Windows 10 DVD decoder. Read on to get more details of this DVD decoder Windows 10/11 software.