Hands-on: Netflix 4K streaming on a Windows 10 PC

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Earlier this week Microsoft announced that Netflix content could be watched on a Windows 10 PCs in the 4K. Together with the announcement also system requirements were revealed, a 7th generation Intel CPU and Microsoft’s Edge browser. German website Heise tested several hardware configurations for 4K streaming and found that modern graphics cards such as the GeForce GTX 1000 and Radeon RX 400 series can’t display Netflix’s 4K content.

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It seems even video drivers are now expected to support DRM. This is why we can’t have nice streaming services… except for illegal services.