The new Windows 11 Media Player will be available to more users. Windows 11 users can check the details here.
Windows 11 user? Here is good news for you. The new Windows 11 Media Player will now be available to more users. Media Player was recently announced by Microsoft and has been rolled out to testers running Windows 11 Dev Channel. According to information provided by Windows Latest, user reports suggest that the new app is now heading to the uninitiated as well. “The media player has been rolled out to testers running Windows 11 Dev Channel, but user reports suggest the new app is now also intended for the uninitiated,” Windows Latest said in a report.
The new Media Player for Windows 11, which replaces Groove Music, is said to be the successor to the popular Windows Media Player. “It should be noted that the new Media Player would replace the existing Groove Music Player and automatically import all of its databases, including the playlist or your saved media locations, once updated,” the report said.
The new Media Player is specially designed for Windows 11 and uses WinUI elements, rounded corners, among others. Additionally, Media Player only works on Windows 11 at the moment, but it will also arrive on Windows 10 without rounded corners and without a Mica theme that applies to the background of the app.
A new update has set the software requirements for Windows Media Player to Windows 11 Build 22000, that is, users can now install the app through the Microsoft Store. If you cannot find the update in the store, you will need to install the app manually. Microsoft had officially announced the redesign in November 2021.
In addition, a new update for Media Player provides support for system accent colors in Windows 11. After the latest update, Windows 11 will be able to use the accent color and replace the built-in color system. of the app called “Zest,” according to the report by Windows Latest.
However, users who prefer Zest can always revert to the previous default style from Media Player settings. Additionally, users may note that if they prefer Classic Windows Media Player, they can still enable it from optional settings. However, the old media player will be removed from the operating system in a future release.