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    Windows Media Version 4.1 Feature List The tables below include the Windows Media™ Technologies™ version 4.1 features list. Please consult the tables and decide if this upgrade is right for you. If it is, get it from the following Microsoft Web page:...
    Windows Media Player 7 is available for download from the following Microsoft Windows Media download site: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/ Windows Media Player 7 includes many new features and capabilities, including:...
    To update information about a DVD On the View menu, point to DVD Features, and then click Update DVD Information. The Player accesses WindowsMedia.com and retrieves any new information about the DVD.
    To find Windows Media files on the Internet Click the Media Guide feature. The WindowsMedia.com Web page appears. Do one of the following: To view or listen to a file, click a link. To find particular content, use the search tool.
    You can find Windows Media files on the Internet by using the Media Guide feature. Media Guide contains a live Web page that is hosted by WindowsMedia.com.
    If you insert a DVD into your DVD-ROM drive and your computer is connected to the Internet, Windows Media Player for Windows XP retrieves additional information about the DVD from the WindowsMedia.com Web service, and then stores the information in...
    This article describes how to obtain Windows Media Player 11. This article also provides information about the new features in Windows Media Player 11 and about and the minimum system requirements to install the program.
    This article describes how to obtain Windows Media Player 9 Series and additional information.
    View a list of keyboard shortcuts (also called access keys, shortcut keys, and key combinations) for using Windows features.
    You can view information about your CD in either the Now Playing or Copy from CD features.

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