Windows Movie maker - no more?

Has Windows movie maker been done away with? 
Now we all know how it felt to play in the band on the Titanic...

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  • Neil_Jones
    Neil_Jones Posts: 8,814
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    Been discontinued since 2014.

    The Photo app in WIndows 11 (and to a more limited extent on Windows 10) is the official replacement.

    Other solutions are available.


  • nic_c
    nic_c Posts: 2,928
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    edited 26 November 2023 at 7:14AM
    A good place to see a list of alternatives is
    https://alternativeto.net/software/windows-movie-maker/?platform=windows

    That website does say (about windows movie maker)
    "Discontinued
    Windows Movie Maker is no longer updated and supported by Microsoft. Last version, included in Windows Essentials 2012, can be still downloaded from MajorGeeks. It is fully functional under Windows 10 too."

    So if you really want to use Movie Maker, then it looks like you can still, but maybe look at the list above (plenty of free open source ones too).

  • cerebus
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    It's as extinct as the Dodo

    Loads of free alternatives out there, download em and try em until you find one you like 
  • B0bbyEwing
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    edited 27 November 2023 at 11:15AM
    I use windows movie maker on windows 10 just fine and it ticks my boxes. 
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