We are still waiting for BSPlayer to come up with an official Windows 10, Windows 8 app, but until that happens, feel free to use the desktop version as it is compatible in Windows 10. Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, as well
Many of my friends think that most of the actual software won’t work with Windows 8, and nothing could be further from the truth than that. You should perform a compatibility test, to see if your PC and the programs installed on it will work with Windows 10, Windows 8, but chances are that you are worrying for nothing. The same is true for BSPlayer.
BSplayer for Windows 10, Windows 8
The last version of BSplayer (2.71) has been released in May 2017. There were no major design or technical changes. However, the developers improved codec support and fixed many bugs for Windows 10 version. The users can download this update by installing the basic version of BSplayer.
In order to get the best of BSplayer for Window 8, you just need to download the version that suits you better. There is the free and there is the PRO version. For those that are in love with the Modern UI of Windows 10, Windows 8, sadly, there’s no dedicated BSplayer app for that, and you’ll have to resort to the desktop version. Here are some of the features you’ll be getting with BSplayer, the free edition, for Windows 10, Windows 8:
- Automatic online subtitles search and download (new feature and I’m absolutely in love with it)
- Fully skinnable user interface
- Capture frame from video and save it to jpeg image
- Display embedded images and lyrics in mp3 files (new feature, music freaks will love it)
Those who will be paying to get the PRO version will get some extra features and with their purchase will also be supporting the work of developers. BSplayer has been my favorite movie player since I’ve known myself of using the computer, and now, with the appearance of Windows 10, Windows 8, it’s here, as well. While it’s so basic, you can actually use it as a DVD player app in Windows 10.
I only wish I could include it on the list with the best movie apps in Windows 10, Windows 8.
Possible issues with BSPlayer in Windows 10, Windows 8
The reason why so many people search for BS Player on Windows 10, Windows 8 is that some of them experience unpleasant issues. As always, whenever a new Windows is out in the wild, it takes a while to iron out all the minuses. And BS Player is no exception, unfortunately. One such issue was present and can still be found in many computers if you perform the following steps as in the video below.
For some folks, it was even worse – after installing BSplayer, the Windows Store didn’t open, at all! Luckily, we have an extensive article on how you can fix the Windows Store if it fails to open.
Some users explain their unfortunate experience:
Windows Store shows me the green screen with that white bag in the middle for about 1-2 seconds and closes by itself taking me back to start menu.I tried again but won’t open.The rest of them doesn`t work the same.. I see only the square click animation…nothing happens.
If, however, you still experience issues with your BSplayer on Windows 10, Windows 8, then maybe you should either wait for a new version to be released or do the following:
- Install BSplayer for Windows 10, Windows 8 using the compatibility mode.
- Right click on the install file for Bsplayer
- After that, click on properties
- Find the Compatibility tab and the click on it.
- Find the the box that says “Run this program in compatibility mode for:”
- Choose either Windows 7 or Windows XP SP3
- Apply and Ok
- Run the program, install and check if it there are still issues with Windows Store opening
If you still have issues with your BSplayer on Windows 10, Windows 8 or RT, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment and we’ll do our very best to help you out. Also, you could try these official forum threads, maybe you can find an exact copy of your issue.
How to fix Bsplayer issues in Windows 10
Some users reported problems while opening Youtube links with BSplayer. If you encountered the same issue, you can fix it by checking if the link you want to open starts with ‘https’ and removing the ‘s’ from the URL.
Also, there is another annoying Bsplayer issue that has been affecting thousands of users, namely the infamous “Bsplayer exe an error occurred in the application” problem. In order to help you get rid of it, we have come up with an extensive and very easy to read guide.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2012 and has been since revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.