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Playing Music from CDs

Windows allows you to play music on your computer in the background while you work. After you insert a music CD into your CD-ROM drive and the music starts to play, you can minimize Windows Media Player and continue to work with other programs on your computer. If you are connected to the Internet when you play a music CD, Windows Media Player tries to locate information about the CD from the Internet, such as the name of the artist and the songs on the album. If the information is not available, the track number of each song displays instead.

Play a Music CD

Insert a music CD into your CD-ROM drive.

If the Audio dialog box appears, click Play Audio CD, and then click OK.

The Windows Media Player window appears, and the CD starts to play.

To pause the music, click the Pause button.

To stop the music, click the Stop button.

To play a specific song, double-click the song in the list.

To play the previous or next song, click the Previous or Next button.

Click the Minimize button to continue to listen while you work, or click the Close button to exit.


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