Netflix extends the compatibility of its HDR content: it reaches both its Windows 10 application and the Microsoft Edge browser.
In order to enjoy the standard on your computer, you must have an Intel seventh generation or higher compatible processor, as well as an integrated Intel GPU or an Nvidia 1050 or higher.
If you have any questions, here you can find all the technical requirements.
While it is excellent news for Windows 10 users, it must be taken into account that currently there are not as many HDR monitors on the market, which could change next year during CES 2018, the largest consumer technology fair.
Last September, Netflix incorporated HDR support for Apple’s iPhone X and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8.