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Unleashing Microsoft by Mark Edward Soper

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Chapter 13. Using Windows Media Player with Windows Media Center

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Why WMP and WMC Are “Made for Each Other”

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Configuring Audio Ripping

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Creating Playlists

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Editing Track and Album Information

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Downloading Visualizations

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Why WMP and WMC Are “Made for Each Other”

As you learned in Chapter 6, “Importing and Playing Audio,” you can import your favorite music into Windows Media Player (WMP), rate it, and play it. However, if you want to have maximum control over your music collection, you’ll probably want to use WMP to give Windows Media Center (WMC) a hand. Here’s why they’re “better together”: ...

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