Download BSPlayer on Windows 10, 8: One of the best media players
I have been using BSPlayer on my Windows 8.1 and then Windows 10 computer for quite a while and now I can safely assume that, at least for me, it is the best video player to use.
More than a year ago, I have been sharing with you the fact that I was pleased by how well BSPlayer works in Windows 10, 8. Now, after using the popular video player for more than a month, I can safely recommend it to all Windows 10, 8.1 users. However, some users have been reporting problems with the video after the Windows 10, 8.1 update:
I have a problem with any type of video after the update. After about two minutes of watching any type of video, in any program (BS Player, GOM player), even streaming on Youtube, or playing a game…
I’ve seen many other small problems with the BSPlayer functionality in Windows 10, 8.1, but you can download the latest version following the available at the end of this post. Here are the improvements that the latest BSPlayer version brings:
- Fixed memory leak
- Fixed error message when adding filters in
- Fixed problem with YouTube links in playlist
- Better support for LAV filters
- Improved codec support
When choosing between RealPlayer or any other video player in Windows 10, 8.1, my vote goes to BSPlayer. You can choose to go PRO, if you really need those features.
Better Windows 10 compatibility
The latest BSPlayer versions bring of series of Windows 10 compatibility improvements that deliver a better user experience on this OS version. Thanks to these updates, the number of bug reports has significantly been reduced.
However, if you’re still experiencing BSPlayer issues on Windows 10, here are a few troubleshooting guides to help you fix the problem:
- “BSPlayer exe an error occurred in the application” error [Fix]
- Full Fix: ‘Error opening file for writing’ on Windows 10, 8.1, 7
- Solved: Videos won’t play on Windows 10 [Online and Offline]
If you have been having other problems with BSPlayer in Windows 10, 8.1, let us know by leaving your comment below.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2013 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.
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