| Contact Us
| Site Blog
Get a Windows DVD player for free with Windows Media Player or VLC and our free tutorials
Windows Media Player
VLC Media Player
Other DVD playing software
Comment on this article
Configuring a Windows DVD player is not as difficult or expensive as many people think. Wouldn't it be nice to use your PC for watching DVD's? Won't it be great to have an extra player tucked away in the office or utility room that you can use whenever you need to? With the help of our handy guides, you can do just that.Windows Media Player
For many Windows users, playing a DVD is as simple as inserting the disc and letting Windows Media Player open. If the DVD does not automatically start playing when inserted, simply open Windows Media Player and find the DVD in the library view, right click on it and choose "Play", as shown in the picture below:-
For more information on Windows Media Player, see our tutorials here.
DVD Playback on Windows XP (and basic editions of Windows Vista and Windows 7)
If you have tried to play DVD movies on
your Windows XP PC before, you may well have seen this message:-
VLC Media player is a powerful free media player for Windows and other operating systems. One feature that has helped to make it extra popular is its ability to play DVD's,
VLC Tutorial 2 - Playing DVD's
As is usually the case with Windows software, there are plenty of alternatives when it comes to choosing DVD playback software.
There are plenty of sites on the internet where you can learn all about the alternatives, but we thought we would share with you some of our favourites.
Comments for Windows DVD player:-
Discuss this page in our forum.
Do you find our site useful? Then use these buttons to add us to your bookmarks, Facebook, Twitter or RSS feeds (what's RSS?)
Fan us on Facebook