After Microsoft announced built-in support for MKV video files in the next version of Windows, a new report shows us Microsoft's intentions to naturally also support FLAC lossless compression audio files In the new operating system
Like music to our ears: after the announcement by Microsoft Will support MKV video files, ציוץ Of Gabriel All, who is responsible for the early news on The new Windows OS 10 Shows us a new addition to the system's official support family - FLAC audio files. For all those unfamiliar with the subject, FLAC stands for "free audio codec without data loss", or simply free codec for audio compression without data loss, compared to files MP3 Which shrink the information to save memory and thus lose many data.
In the picture Shaul uploads, with the caption "Eager participants from the Windows Insiders program (a company program that provides some users with very early versions of the new system) will notice something cool in this picture. It's something to look forward to in the new year!" Windows Media Player seems to play FLAC files, proof of which can be seen by both the type of file specified and the size of the songs. When asked if the support is only done through the WMP software, Ul replied that the support is at the level of the platform itself, so that each app Windows You can play FLAC files in a completely natural way.
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