Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
The best solution is to NOT USE Windows Media Player.
first, its bloatware, meaning it has a huge memory footprint, and takes up a lot of diskspace, relative to other media players out there.
get VLC Player! - its multi platform, meaning you don't have to just have Windows to run it on, its also Freeware, able to be used on any computer that is supported (includes all Win systems). it Supports DVDs and many proprietry file types that are not supported natively by windows without installing another 3rd party app called a CODEC. it can play virtually every video type, and even corrupted/half downloaded avi's that are usually unable to be loaded by WMP.
You can also get a Portable version of this that you can save to a memory stick or thumb drive and take it to a friends computer without concern that they won't be able to play your video.
So, you can download VLC Player from WWW.VIDEOLAN.ORG,
or get a portable USB version from WWW.PORTABLEAPPS.COM
i hope this alternative helps you. i hate using Windows media Player.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
This is not a problem, well still you need help
just type windows in google search bar and see every relatev program name hint will be there, just click windows media player or type it there and see how many website will help you?
or just click on this website,
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
You can download a free Windows Media Player from this link.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: downloading to windows media
Make sure you download the music format is supported by windows media player.( windows media player requires formats are supported to play)
If not, you need to get the converter to change the format of music that you download.
Hopefully this can help.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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