Netflix today announced that they will be offering Ultra HD 4K to Windows 10 owners who have a new Intel Core Processor. This allows Windows 10 owners access to the vast catalog of Netflix TV shows and movies in 4K even more accessible for our members around the world to watch in the best picture quality.
“For the last several years, we’ve been working with our partners across the spectrum of CE devices to add support for the richer visual experience of 4K. Since launching on Smart TVs in 2014, many different devices can now play our 4K content, including Smart TVs, set top boxes and game consoles. We are pleased to add Windows 10 and 7th Gen Intel® Core™ CPUs to that list.” Says Matt Trunnell, Nick Eddy, and Greg Wallace-Freedman in a Netflix press release.
“As always, you can enjoy all of our movies and TV shows on all supported platforms. We are working hard with our partners to further expand device support of 4K. An increasing number of our Netflix originals are shot, edited, and delivered in this format, with more than 600 hours available to watch, such as Stranger Things, The Crown, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Marvel’s Luke Cage.”
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