Windows 10: Video playback.. folder on top of player Solved

  1.    18 Jan 2015 #1

    Video playback.. folder on top of player

    HOWDY ALL.....

    Build 9879.... issue with player..
    When I go to the video's folder and click on a video, it opens the player and plays the video like it's supposed to do,

    however the player is under the folder, and I must minimize the folder to watch the video.
    So is there a setting to make the player "always on top"..... or some other way of doing it ?
    It's annoying to have to minimize the folder to watch a video..

    If you are using Windows Mediaplayer then you can perform the steps mentioned below to make sure the videoalways remains on top.a:OpenWindows Media Player.
    b:PressAltwhich will make the menu bar appear.
    c:Then ClickTools > Options.
    d:Then click thePlayertab.
    e:Place a check mark on the optionKeep Now playing on top ofother Windows.
    f:ClickApplyand thenok.
    Last edited by KY COLONEL; 19 Jan 2015 at 07:26.
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