Netflix has announced that it is rolling out High Dynamic Range (HDR) support for Windows 10 computers and Microsoft’s Edge browser. Both the browser version and the app version of Netflix will benefit from the update. This will enable Windows users to enjoy more colorful, vibrant and vivid picture quality from Netflix’s programs.
To take advantage of the feature, Windows 10 computers will need to be Intel 7th generation processor or newer to play Netflix’s HDR 10 encodes and Intel or NVIDIA’s GPUs.
Netflix currently offers over 200 hours of HDR content and is promising to continue to add to that number in 2018. Some of the titles you can watch right now in HDR include Stranger Things season 2 or the Will Smith fantasy-action flick, Bright.
If you own a Windows 10 machine that meets the specifications, you can start streaming Netflix HDR content now.