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A Windows Media Player Guide

Windows Media PlayerFor years, Windows Media Player has been the default player of choice for generations of PC users. Over time it has evolved to handle more and more formats and serve different purposes, but its ease of use and versatility remained constant. This Windows Media Player Guide includes all the latest tips, tricks and tutorials for the world's favorite media player, and offers help on how to get the most out of your online media experience. These articles also include the latest updates, and are some of the most in-depth articles available for users today.

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Tips for Screencasting With VideoStudio Pro X5

Want to produce a training video or software tutorial? The latest release of VideoStudio Pro lets you capture screen footage and insert it directly into your timeline for further...

Get the Most out of Your Multimedia Windows PC

There are so many ways in which you can use media in Windows, from viewing photos to syncing tunes and movies with an iPod, to turning your PC into a full blown home media center!...

Forget WMP - Zune Is the Media Player of Choice

Like iTunes, Zune allows you to purchase tunes online, and like iTunes it also allows you to sync your phone to your PC. iTunes aside, Microsoft Zune is a much better application than...

Troubleshooting WMP - Flickering in Windows Media Player

Do you sometimes have trouble with video files that flicker when played back in Windows Media Player? If so, here are some possible fixes....

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Visualize Your Music: Cool Windows Media Player Visualizations

From psychadelic eye candy that pulses to the beat, to practical tools that scroll album artwork and lyrics, we take a look at the best Windows Media Player visualizations that rival...

Uninstalling Windows Media Player in Windows Vista and XP

Windows Media Player is a useful program for playing media files stored on your computer, but a problem may arise when it becomes your default media player and needs to be uninstalled...