News coming soon for fans of Gilmore Girls. Microsoft announced in a post posted on its website Monday that the series will soon be available in 4K streaming on computers running Windows 10.
So 4K also lands on PCs for the first time. Until now, in fact, the American platform has offered the service only on the latest generation televisions. Now, thanks to Microsoft Edge, l’Ultra HD it will also be compatible with the latest operating system from Redmond. For the moment, however, it is advisable not to get carried away by the easy enthusiasm: there are few lucky ones, in fact, who will have the possibility to access the streaming in 4K directly from their device. First of all, why does this advanced resolution require Ultra HD screens, and how many PCs are there with these features? Few.
In addition to compatible displays, you need to have a broadband internet connection that, as Netflix writes on its site, it must be at least 25 megabits per second. That's all. Absolutely not. To be able to see the latest episodes of Gilmore Girls (Una mamma per friend in the cittàn version) on the Microsoft browser, the pc will have to mount a processor Kaby Lake, the 4th generation Intel chipsets. Finally, let's not forget that the service is only available by subscribing to the premium subscription. For now, therefore, 10K streaming is only available on Windows XNUMX. It is not known whether Netflix will bring its high-resolution content also on iOS.
Streaming in 4k is not the latest innovation introduced by the American platform. Recently, in fact, Neflix announced that soon in some countries it will be possible to see TV series, films, documentaries and other contents even in offline mode.
Netflix in 4K quality, but only for Windows 10 users