The classic menus have been replaced by an organized tab system, making managing and viewing your digital media easier than ever.
The arrows below each tab provide quick access to setting and options relevant to the task of that tab.
Windows Media Player can play the file types shown in Table 8.1.
Select and right-click the file(s) you wish to update. Windows Media Player will typically import any media files left in the documents folder and any continuing sub folders. If the files are not importing or they are stored in a separate location then they must be manually added to the library. These include audio CDs and video DVDs, media stored on your hard disk, and media accessible over a home network.To play an audio CD or DVD in Windows Media Player 11, follow these steps: To play an item stored on your hard disk, add it to the library following the instructions in the section "Adding Items from Your Computer to Your Library." After the item is added to the library, you can select the media you want to view by double-clicking it in the Library view.How to update album information First, start Windows Media Player and navigate to the albums that don't have all the necessary information.