How to watch Netflix in Windows 10: Windows 10’s new streaming app

Windows 10, a free operating system that’s now rolling out to nearly all Windows 10 devices, is now making it easier for Windows users to stream content.

Netflix, one of the biggest video services in the world, now lets you stream your favorite shows and movies to your Windows 10 PC or tablet.

Here’s how to do it.

The company’s announced the new streaming feature at its Build 2017 event in San Francisco today, and you can check out a video of Netflix in action below.

Netflix has been around for over a decade, and in that time, it’s expanded its content offerings to include everything from documentaries to movies, and it’s grown in popularity.

The streaming service has become one of its biggest competitors in the video streaming space, and has been able to capture a lot of attention in recent months.

The feature lets you quickly stream any of the Netflix titles that you’ve subscribed to.

Here are some of the options that Netflix has added to its Windows 10 streaming app:If you want to stream the latest episodes of any Netflix series, you can choose to add the show to your list of “All-Time” lists, which includes shows like Orange Is the New Black and Narcos.

You can also choose to skip any of those episodes, which will skip them entirely.

You’ll also be able to watch the Netflix shows you’ve previously subscribed to, like the latest season of House of Cards and The Mindy Project.

If you want more, Netflix has a feature called “Up Next,” which lets you watch the latest new episodes of shows you already own, or watch the most recent episodes of a series you’ve never heard of before.

You get to choose which series you want up next, and how long you want them to last.

You also get to add your own personalized Netflix queue, so you’ll be able queue up Netflix shows that you haven’t watched yet.

Netflix has also announced a new “Netflix for Windows 10,” a separate app that lets you create and manage your own custom Netflix queue and save it to your desktop.

It’ll also allow you to use your own Netflix queue to queue up movies, music, and TV shows, which is a big deal if you’re going to be streaming your entire entertainment library to your computer.

Netflix for Windows is available now, and will be available in the coming weeks.