TCPMP may remind you of the internet protocol’s name TCPIP, but it’s got nothing to do with that: it’s a simple, lightweight video player, perfect for old machines or low-spec computers.
Everything about TCPMP is simple and straightforward. The program has a minimalist interface with no fancy design or customizable skins, and just the basic functions for video playback. You’ll be able to zoom in and out the image, increase or reduce the speed, watch the video in full screen and change a few parameters in the Settings menu.
TCPMP doesn’t require installation. Simply unzip the file in a folder and you’re ready to go. It’s got support for quite a few video formats, and is probably the lightest player you can find these days.
TCPMP can be controlled with keyboard shortcuts and also lets you manage several video files in a playlist. On the downside, it lacks features you find in other more advanced players, such as support for subtitles or the ability to add bookmarks and take screenshots.
Looking for a lightweight, really simple video player? TCPMP is exactly what you need.