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Windows 11’s new Media Player revealed

Windows 11’s official release date is just around the corner and Microsoft has been flaunting the designs of its new, updated apps which are a part of the new operating system. we have seen a refreshed version of the Snipping tool, Microsoft paint already, and that we now have a glance at the new Windows Media Player also.

Spotted first by Windows Latest, the new edition of the tool was reportedly shown during a webcast while playing a video. it’s now named Media Player, and it’s possible that the app will replace the movies and television app in Windows 10.

The screenshot also reveals that the player will feature options like shuffle and skip, which aren’t very frequently used with video. this suggests that the app might be a unified solution for playing both audio and video files. inspect the screenshot below.

The screenshot also reveals that the player will feature options like shuffle and skip, which aren’t very frequently used with video. this suggests that the app can be a unified solution for playing both audio and video files. inspect the screenshot below.

Windows Media Player was the default music player for Windows until Windows 8

here’s how the new Media Player looks. (Image Source: Windows Latest)

when Microsoft brought within the Xbox Music and Xbox Video apps, followed by Groove Music player for audio files and therefore the Movies and television app for video. However, Windows Media Player is still included in Windows 10. It remains to be seen if the new Media Player tool will replace the classic Windows Media Player completely or still be present alongside it.

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