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2006–2012 2011 (unused) 2011-2012 (unused) 2012–2015 2015–2016
2006–2012 2011 (unused) 2011-2012 (unused) 2012–2015 2015–2016
2015 (unused) 2016–2020 2020 2020 2020–present
2015 (unused) 2016–2020 2020 2020 2020–present

Zune Video[]

2006–2012[]

Movies & TV films 2006

Xbox Video[]

2011 (unused)[]

Video-win8-7985

Seen in some public preliminary demonstrations of Windows 8, assuming it was Windows 8 Build 7985.

2011-2012 (unused)[]

Video-win8devprev

Used from Windows 8 Developer Preview until Windows 8 RTM.

2012–2015[]

2015–2016[]

Xbox Video on Xbox 360 and Xbox One reflected its rebrand to Microsoft Movies & TV later in 2016.

Movies & TV (Films & TV)[]

2015 (unused)[]

Moviesandtv-win10-10138

Used in Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds 10138-10158.

Since Build 10138, the App was renamed to Movies & TV.

2015–2020[]

Movies & TV films 2016

Depending in some countries, Movies & TV is branded as Films & TV in Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

2020[]

Movies and TV - SVG (2020)

Microsoft updated the icon of this app in 2020, lasting only a few days.

2020[]

Movies & TV films 2020 (1º)

In 2020, Microsoft updated the Movies & TV app icon to comply with the "Fluent Design" of the rest of the Windows application logos. This logo was originally designed for Windows 10X, but was only used for a short period of time on Windows 10.

2020–present[]

Movies & TV films 2020

In order for the logo of this application to become even more fluent in the new Microsoft design, they updated it again on June 22, 2020. This logo was also originally designed for Windows 10X, but was only used on Windows 10 and 11.

Movies & TV app later superseded by the new Media Player, and it will co-exist with Movies & TV and Windows Media Player Legacy.


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