Using Windows Media Player

You can play many types of audio and video files by using Windows Media Player. You can also play and make copies of your CDs, play DVDs (if you have DVD hardware), listen to Internet radio stations, play clips from a movie, or view a music video on a Web site. You can also use Windows Media Player to make your own music CDs.

Open Windows Media Player

Note

To open Windows Media Player, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Entertainment, and then click Windows Media Player

To use Windows Media Player to play audio files, you need a sound card and speakers.

For more information about using Windows Media Player, click Help in Windows Media Player.

For more information, click Related Topics.

Related Topics

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Using Add Hardware



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