Windows 10 users will soon be able to install Netflix on their PCs using the “Start” button on the desktop.
Windows 10 customers who are using a device with an Intel Core i5-4670K processor will be able install Netflix in a few minutes.
The new Netflix app will automatically download and install Netflix and the Netflix service on Windows 10, but users with a device without a processor will need to manually install the Netflix app on the device.
The app will show up in the Start menu as a menu item and will not automatically download the Netflix Netflix app.
The Netflix app is a free download, and the company says that Netflix is the only program that works across all devices.
It is not clear whether the Netflix apps will be available on Windows 8.x and Windows 10 in the future.
The app will not be available in the new Netflix interface, and Netflix is not the only app that will be removed from Windows 10.
Other apps that use the Windows API are also on the chopping block.
Netflix has previously said that its plans to remove apps from the Windows Store include “games, music, and more.”
The company has also said that it will continue to offer paid content on Windows platforms.