Microsoft launched a new Media Player for Windows 11
In Windows 10, Microsoft built-in movie and TV and music applications, these applications are now also built-in Windows 11 as a local player.
It is estimated that Microsoft itself feels that these applications are not very useful, so recently Microsoft has developed a new media player and tested it in the Windows 11 development channel.
This new application called Media Player supports playing video and audio files at the same time, and it has more functions than movie and TV applications and music applications. The Media Player app directly replaces the Groove Music music player.
I simply experienced the new Media Player and found that this new application has richer features, which is a world of difference compared to the previous pre-installed music applications.
First of all, in terms of audio and video file playback, the media player not only supports adding local media files for playback but also supports online playback of content through network locations.
If the audio file has been embedded in the album information, it will also be displayed in the player. When playing audio and video, it supports adjusting the playback speed, fast forward and fast rewind, etc. through shortcut keys.
Audio content supports equalizer settings, supports multiple sorting methods such as song name, album, or artist sorting, and supports full-screen playback when playing music.