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How to play multi regions’ DVD movies on computer?

Are you still annoying for playing multi regions’ DVD movies on computer? Most commercial DVDs use encryption that keeps them locked to one or more “region codes,” meaning the discs you pick up in other continents usually won’t play on another region’s DVD player. And DVD drive is set to be changed at most five times. After five times, it is locked forever and will only play DVDs in the region that you last set. Then how can you play other regions’ DVD movies if you haven’t got a region-free DVD player?

Fortunately, some clever programmers have created software solutions that circumvent disc regions entirely. Today, I bring you an ultimate unprotected and region-free software for DVD playback – DVD Ghost.

DVD Ghost is a useful program which will make you DVD player software and DVD copy software restriction free; and copy DVD to hard disk or convert DVD movies to portable devices. As powerful companion software, it minimizes in system tray and removes all the restrictions including region codes, CSS, APS, and UOPs etc. from the DVD in the background. It works with all the DVD player software (such as WinDVD, PowerDVD etc.). And the following is the steps to play DVD on PC using DVD Ghost:

Step one, download DVD Ghost, install and run it.

Step two, insert DVD disk into the DVD drive on PC.

Step three, run DVD player software to play DVD. The detailed information will be displayed in Main Window and System Tray, including DVD software, read speed, total read blocks etc.

Note: Once you launch DVD Ghost, it will minimize in System Tray, double click or right click DVD Ghost icon to activate the Main window or perform the desired operation.

No extra operation is required; you can play all regions’ DVD movies without any tiny difficult. No drive setting switching any more, you can watch a kung-fu flick you picked up on a trip to Hong Kong without switching from Region 1 (the United States and Canada) to Region 3 (parts of Asia).