The Windows Media Player HTML5 Extension for Chrome actually allows you to play back H.264 encoded videos (aka MP4} on your web pages, via a Flash-based video player. If you are reading this article right now, the most likely reason you are here is to search for an out-of-date player that will take you to a new era of multimedia entertainment. You may be quite surprised to find out that there is actually a new player available in the market - the Windows Media Player, or simply known as Windows Media Player. This player is basically the same technology used in Windows Movie Maker. What makes this player different from the other players available in the market is the fact that it also offers other features such as the Windows Media Player Video Accelerator and Windows Media Player Easy Video Recording.
The Windows Media Player extension was initially released as a beta version to allow Windows Movie Maker users to view files like wmv, avi and all files on their Windows Movie Maker web browsers. With constant feedback and modifications done by the Chrome team, the extension has now been integrated into the default settings of the new Windows 7 operating system. What's great about this extension is that it can also play flash movies and the likes, which means you do not have to use the flash plugin installed on your web browser anymore.
So, if you are looking for a way to entertain yourself while online, you should really try downloading the latest version of Google Chrome. The Google Chrome web browser includes the latest version of the Windows Media Player extension which allows you to turn your web pages into simple and easy to follow Windows Movie Playlist presentations. Apart from this extension, Google also has made available a number of other interesting add-ons and plugins that can make your internet surfing life a lot more interesting. All you need to do is find that among these plugins can best meet your purposes.