Finally after years of mass popularity, VideoLAN’s VLC media player is officially accepted by Windows 10. Microsoft has come out with a dedicated VLC app, which may not be perfect, but it does fulfill the intended purpose in a great way.

The good thing about this application is that it works well with both the Desktop version and the mobile version of Win 10. Obviously VLC player developers for Windows 10 will be looking forward to hear complaints and bug reports to release revisions of the ever popular software. They have put in a lot of effort to release the application for the next update scheduled for Microsoft Xbox One as well.

In its current state, if the Beta version of VLC seems tight around the edges, you can fill the developers in on your personal comments. They are all ears and ready to release improved version of the application. For now, Video LAN is not offering any support for the so-called or soon to be released version of Xbox One. They already have their hands full with the Windows 10 VLC app at the moment.

If you are still using Windows 8 or 8.1, you will have to wait for a few weeks until the video player company has released a stable version. Reportedly the Windows 8/ 8.1 version of the official VLC application is not working properly, and is known to have a number of glitches.

Coming from VideoLAN, the official application is a big leap from where the developers started from. It is due to unprecedented support of VLC users and their tremendous amount of feedback that this software has officially made its way to the Windows and Xbox One platform.