Microsoft May Support Blu-Ray in Vista After All

 
Quote:

"Internal Microsoft documentation states that the software giant is about to make a surprising addition to the Windows Vista code tree on February 22, about a week after the company is expected to ship a complete version of the OS to testers. On that day, the company will apparently add Blu-ray DVD support to the OS, according to the documentation I’ve seen.

There’s just one problem: The software giant denies it will support Blu-ray."

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A DVD Decoder in Vista would be nice.

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4 responses to “Microsoft May Support Blu-Ray in Vista After All

  1. Mohammed Imran

    Yup, they will slip the code in and say hey , presto we have blu ray support, but u see people we like HD-DVD more, we hate sony die die sony;).Nice goodies u got huh being the beta dude for Vista;)

  2. Andre

    I think Paul Thurrott misintepreted this report, Microsoft is only providing support through thirdparty utilities that will play or recognize blue ray disc in Windows Vista, no built in support at all.You can read the correction here:http://www.windowsitpro.com/windowspaulthurrott/Article/ArticleID/49117/windowspaulthurrott_49117.html"Nice goodies u got huh being the beta dude for Vista;)"I am greatful everyday for the opportunity to be a part of the experience, helping along with other great Technical testers to influence and shape the next major release of Windows. 🙂

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