Windows Media Player (Windows XP) Specifications
Get flexible audio and video playback with access to smart organization features.
The de facto standard for Windows media playback is Windows Media Player. This version--9--is getting up in age and is best used for older systems. The interface is familiar with a simple menu of commands, a central playback window, and an information bar. Standard audio playback functions are easy to access. The graphic equalizer features 22 preset options, and the usual slider bar will be familiar to 1970s rock fans. The large varieties of visualizations are easy to implement and are sure to amuse those who remember the 1960s. Video playback in any of the included skins is adequate. Controls, for the most part, are easy to access, though some skins stretch the concept of user-friendly. Copying to and copying from CDs works, but don't expect most options available from current players. The Internet radio player searches station listings by genre or location. Despite the lack of newer features, users with older systems or those who favor familiar controls will find that the free Windows Media Player 9 fits like an old, sequined glove.
Manage extensive digital music and video collections, tag, sync, convert and share media content.
Add various user interface and playback enhancements to Windows Media Player.
Mix music straight from your computer.
Play various audio sources from call or media player.
Play CDs, retrieve information about artist, titles, and tracks from the Internet.
Play your digital music files.
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