Some apps use the video platform that’s built into Windows 11. These includeÂ Universal Windows Platform (UWP) appsÂ that come with Windows 11, such as Microsoft Edge, Photos, and Movies & TV, as well as many third-party video apps you get from Microsoft Store (for example, Hulu, Netflix, and Vudu).
For these apps, you can control video playback using the video playback settings in Windows 11. For example, you can have your PC process video to enhance it (depending on your PCâ€™s hardware) or choose to play video at a lower resolution to help save network bandwidth.
This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off save network bandwidth by playing video at a lower resolution during video playbackÂ when plugged inÂ for your account in Windows 11.