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Windows 7 Will Support Third-Party Codecs

Microsoft has offered official confirmation that Windows 7 will support third-party codecs, programs designed to make media players play nice with digital data stream or signal when it comes to encoding and decoding tasks. The Redmond company has underlined that it will in no way interfere with the addition of codecs to the next iteration of the Windows client. However, fact is that in the RC-branch releases of the operating system, Windows 7 has problems with third-party codecs. At the same time, Windows 7 is moving from Beta to Release Candidate stage, and in this regard the platform is bound to be affected by various issues.

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