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Old 27th February 2009, 14:16   #1
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Default Windows 7 to add native .mov video file support

While many Mac users absolutely swear by Apple's software, Windows users don't always have the same enthusiasm for applications like QuickTime and iTunes. Well, with Windows 7, those folks many no longer have to deal with QuickTime—or hunt for more obscure third-party alternatives. As TechRadar points out, the Windows Media Player build in the upcoming Windows 7 release candidate will have support for .mov videos out of the box.

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