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One thing to remember is that you will need DVD playing software to play DVD movies in Windows 8 since Microsoft does not provide playback of Video DVDs unlike what they did provide in Windows 7. Something like a Windows 8 compatible version of PowerDVD and Others.
Q&A: Playing DVD Movies in Windows 8 By J.D. BIERSDORFERQ.
Does Windows 8 have a DVD player program for watching movies? If so, how do I find it?A.
Windows 8 does not include a default video player for watching movies on DVD. In a company blog post last year, Microsoft representatives cited the decline in disc sales and licensing fees for DVD player software as factors in the decision. Windows 8 should be able to read data stored on DVD discs; if not, check with your hardware manufacturer for troubleshooting tips.
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