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Key Points

  • Windows Media Player can automatically begin playing a music CD as soon as you insert it into the CD drive on your computer.

  • You can copy (or “rip”) tracks from a music CD and save them as digital audio files on your computer.

  • Windows Media Player connects to the Internet and downloads information about CDs you play, including album and song titles.

  • For the best audio quality, increase the bit rate that Windows Media Player uses when copying music tracks to your computer. Higher bit rates require more storage space.

  • When you download music from the Internet, the digital license might restrict your ability to play back the song.

  • If you have any licensed music on your computer, be sure to back up your licenses.

  • You can create custom playlists to combine your favorite tracks, to reorder tracks on a favorite album, or to mix and match tracks for use in a custom CD.

  • To play back a DVD in Windows Media Player, you must have a decoder.

  • After creating a custom playlist from saved music tracks, you can burn a custom CD with Windows Media Player.


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