Plex on Windows 10 is working with out any issues. Plex Media Server is easily installed and set up on Windows 10 in the same way as it is done on Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 (details in the following). For the ones who haven’t already known Plex: The free Plex Media Server organizes all of your personal media and streams it to all of your devices like Apple TV (via iOS AirPlay or via PlexConnect), iOS devices (iPad, iPhone), Macs / MacBooks, Windows PC, Windows Phones, Android Phones and many more. You’ll find a detailed feature overview of Plex Media Server here. To get started, you’ll need to download the free Plex Media Server.
The set up for testing Plex on Windows 10 was the following one:
- Windows 10 (technical preview, build number 9926)
- Acer Aspire 1810T (Dual boot with Windows 8.1 and Windows 10)
- Plex Media Server for Windows (version 0.9.11.7.803-87d0708)
Here’s how to install Plex Media Server on Windows 10:
- Go to the Plex Media Server download page for Windows.
- Download Plex Media Server and ‘Save‘ it locally on your Windows 10 PC, e.g. C:/users/yourusername/downloads.
- ‘Open‘ the download folder.
- Make a right-click on the downloaded file and click on ‘Run as administrator‘.
- The welcome screen will be prompted. Click on ‘Install‘ for starting installation.
- If you see the ‘Setup successful‘ screen after a while, you’re done! After successful installation, reboot your Windows 10 PC for sure.
Here’s how to set up Plex Media Server on Windows 10:
- OpenPlex Media Server. The ‘Sign in’ will be prompted.
- Agree to the terms of service.
- Choose a friendly name for your Windows 10 PCrunningPlex media Server.
- Now you can add different libraries: Photos, Videos, Movies,…
- Further more, you can install different channels.
- After adding a friendly name, libraries and channels you’re done!EnjoyPlex on Windows 10!
Plex Media Server is easily installed and set up on Windows 10 and is working without any issues. Have you already installed Plex on Windows 10? Is Plex working on your PC? Let us know whether on which Windows machine you successfully installed Plex or if you got problems with it!
Stay tuned! 😉