The Media Player app is currently available through the Release Preview Channel, and it’s the same application design using WinUI 3.0, Fluent Design system, and support for the light and dark color modes, but without the cosmetics available on Windows 11, such as mica material and rounded corners. The application offers support for both audio and video playback. As part of the features, it’s pretty basic. You can create your playlists, and there’s support for album art and artist information. Also, the app will automatically scan and add all your folders containing music and videos stored locally on your device. If you have been using Groove Music, the new app has a similar layout with navigation on the left and content on the right, and play controls at the bottom with an option to enable mini-player mode. Although Windows 10 is also getting the Windows 11 Media Player app, the classic Windows Media Player will continue to be available through the Windows Tools settings. The new Media Player app is rolling out slowly. If you are running the latest preview of Windows 10, you can download the app by going to the Microsoft Store and checking for updates on the Library page. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.