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Windows Vista Security: Praxisorientierte Sicherheit für Profis by Marcus Nasarek

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Building Your Media Library
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3. To change the order of individual items on the list, click an item and then drag
up or down as appropriate.
4. To change the order of a group of files on the list, select the items and then drag
up or down as appropriate.
5. To save your changes, click Save Playlist.
Deleting Media and Playlists
You can easily delete an album, a playlist, or other media items from your media
library by right-clicking the item and selecting Delete. By default, when you delete
items, you’ll see the dialog box shown in Figure 8-30, and you can specify whether to
delete the selected item from the library only, or from the library and your computer.
This dialog box also has a “Don’t show this message again” checkbox. If you select
this option, the default action you select will always be used when you delete items
and you won’t see this warning prompt again. You can still control the way deleting
items works, however. To do this, right-click Library and then select More Options.
On the Library tab, clear the “Delete files from my computer when deleted from
library” checkbox if you want to delete items only from the library. Otherwise, select
this checkbox to delete items from the library and your computer.
Burning Audio CDs and Data CDs or DVDs
Windows Media Player makes it easy to create your own custom CDs and DVDs.
You can burn audio CDs as well as data CDs or DVDs. An audio CD is a CD that
you can play in a standard CD player. A data CD or DVD is a disc that stores a copy
of your media. With newer CD players, you may be able to play a data CD with
Windows Media Audio (WMA), MP3, or WAV files.
To burn CDs or DVDs, your computer must have a readable/writable CD or DVD
drive. If you aren’t sure whether your computer has a readable/writable CD or DVD
drive, you should look at the faceplate on the drive tray. A readable/writable CD or
Figure 8-30. Specifying the deletion technique

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