One is to download a free media player that can handle this format. I'd strongly recommend the free VideoLAN's VLC media player. All you need to do is open up a program like Windows Explorer and double-click those .VOB files to begin watching them.
If you'd like to watch this on a DVD player, so you can enjoy the film on a big-screen television, you can burn a disc with these .VOB files, but make sure they're in a directory called VIDEO_TS; if it wasn't in your original download, try manually creating this directory and dragging the .VOB and other files, such as .IFO, into it.
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