Today Apple released QuickTime 7.2, which finally, finally, finally supports video playback in full screen mode, without the need to buy QuickTime Pro. In other words, it does something that Windows users have had for years in Windows Media Player without additional expense.
Admittedly programs like VLC have brought this feature for free but it’s nice to see it finally available ‘out of the box’, as it were.
Oh yeah, and it fixes some critical security issues so you’ll probably want to update it anyway.
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