Installing QuickTime for Windows 10

As of this writing, Apple hasn’t come out with a new version of QuickTime that will run on Windows 10. In fact, any version after 7.7.6 won’t run on Windows 10. I first downloaded the latest version of QuickTime, hoping they had resolved the issue. They hadn’t.

Luckily, they still had version 7.7.6 available for download. I downloaded it, set the compatibility settings in the file’s properties, and now I have a working version of QuickTime on my Windows 10 machine.

I know the two companies don’t like each other, but can they stop taking it out on the user? Let’s just make sure your programs work in their environment so that businesses and people like ourselves can keep providing our services the way we’re used to. Thanks Apple and Microsoft!


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