If your PC has a Blu-Ray player then it can play them. It is essentially the same thing as a DVD or CD except it has more capacity. Unless your computer is quite new it is unlikely you can play these disks. You can, however, buy a Blu Ray player to install in your computer or probably even an external one that you can plug in with a USB cable.
Blu-ray-Disc is an optical disc storage medium designed to supersede the standard DVD format. If your computer is capable of running BD then you can able to play BD in your computer.
Blu-ray Disc (official abbreviation BD) is an optical disc storage medium designed to supersede the DVD format.Yes, if your computer were capable of running blue ray disc.
Check out Cyberlink's BD Advisor. A little tool will check your system and will report if it can play blu-ray movies and what parts need upgrade (e.g. processor, video etc)
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