Microsoft’s software launched its Zune music player more than ten years ago. Microsoft has launched its first player for five years after Apple’s “Apple” music company’s iPod music market was launched. Since it has already expanded its empire to video games and the Internet, Microsoft has decided to pave the way for itself in the music world. The first Zune player was introduced by Microsoft in 2006, and the latest version of this player, Zune HD, arrived three years later.
The new player appeared on the European market at the end of the last quarter of 2007. However, analysts believed that “Microsoft” has appeared too late in the music market and that “it will be a success if it also conquers two percent of that market”, the French press reported.
In 2011 Microsoft officially “quit” the Zune. The Zune HD Player was firstly removed from the official site, and then returned to it. However, they didn’t produce more. Although it has been some time clear what the fate of this Microsoft device was, with its removing from the site it has been officially confirmed. Microsoft’s announcement at that time was that they announced that Windows Phone will be the key point of their music and video mobile studios. Because of that, they will no longer produce Zune players. What did that mean for current Zune users? Absolutely nothing. Their devices continued to work with Zune services as before. This company said they will continue to support users of these devices.
But what if you want to convert files from DVD to Zune and back? If you still have something that you would like to play in some other player? Well, there are still converters for that. There is various software you can get online that can help you with this. There is a famous winxdvd, DVD creator converter, magic DVD ripper, and so on. You should download them to your computer, install them and then follow a simple instruction on how to locate our files and convert them in desirable formats.
You should convert your files in most common formats so you wouldn’t risk losing them if the software for formats you have now disappeared. It is quite common for specific formats to lose their software and other support and it can happen again.