Many Windows users are not able to Netflix on their systems. This problem is becoming bigger and more annoying with every passing day. If you too are dealing with this problem, then you can fix it by going through a below-mentioned blog post.
A vast majority of users are still using Windows 8.1 on their systems. The reason why they haven’t been able to move to Windows 10 is that they know Windows 10 is engulfed with all sorts of problems. Never mind, Windows 8.1 is good and all the important tasks can be done on this OS without any issue.
Netflix also works smoothly on Windows 8.1 and the proof of this is the number of users that are accessing Netflix on Windows 8.1. However, recently many users have faced issued while accessing Netflix on Windows 8.1.
It has taken a significant amount of time before Windows finally acknowledging the issue and providing a fix to the problem originating in Netflix for Windows 8.1. The problem was basically originating while accessing Netflix on the Internet Explorer, but Microsoft has apparently fixed that issue.
If you have a computer that is running on Windows RT 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1, and you are browsing to the Netflix website in Internet Explorer. You sign into your Netflix account, then you select a TV show or movie that you have watched previously, and also bookmarked that TV show or movie. You resume playback from the bookmark. So, in that situation, the playback is going to fail and you will receive error code H7353.
But, Microsoft has brought a solution to Netflix video playback problems in Windows 8.1.
As a Windows 8.1 user, I have never encountered H7353 error code personally while browsing on Netflix or resuming playback of a movie or a TV show. But, many people have complained about seeing that particular error, which is why I wanted to know whether Microsoft is doing anything to fix this issue or not.
I have seen a number of people regarding this error, but fortunately, Windows Pro, Windows 8.1 Enterprise and Windows RT 8.1 and all three versions of Windows Server 2012 R2 have received an update, which solves the aforementioned problem.
The problem is confined to the Internet Explorer browsers as per the reports, but many people have seen the issue arising in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox as well. In order to fix the issue, you must regularly update your Windows via Windows Update in order to get the much-needed improvements and fixes. The fix is already there in Windows 8.1, so if you are dealing with this issue and want a solution for it, then you can update your Windows version.
If the issue doesn’t fix after getting the updates, then you will have to get in touch with Netflix help and support providers in order to find a concrete solution. If possible, you can move onto Windows 10 as all the bugs have been fixed now, plus you can install Netflix app for better functionality and features instead of logging into Netflix account on the browser.