However old-fashioned it may sound, now and then people still watch DVDs on their laptops. Can CyberLink's software stay popular?
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DVD playback on your PC is pretty cut and dried. All new machines come with DVD software, whether it’s Windows’ own or, more often than not, from CyberLink itself. So why would anyone spend money on a tool that costs more than most DVD players?
Perhaps the name CyberLink is familiar to you. Chances are it’s because you’ve bought a PC that had PowerDVD bundled with it. It’s actually one of the better apps that pre-built systems often come with, but there is merit in the full, paid-for suite from CyberLink, and v6 now includes plenty of features for high-definition discs, too.