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Playing Msedia Files

With Windows Media Player, you can play sound and video files on your computer. You can find and download sound and video files from the Internet or copy media files from a CD or DVD. Instead of opening each media file separately, you can have the Media Library in Windows Media Player search your computer or monitor a specific folder for media files and organize them by category. You can browse the Media Library and select the media file that you want to play. When you play a sound or video file, a graphical visualization of the sound or the movie appears on the Now Playing tab in the Windows Media Player window. You can play, pause, and stop the media file.

Search for Media Files

Click the Start button, point to All Programs, and then click Windows Media Player.

Click the Tools menu, and then click Search For Media Files.

Click the Search On list arrow, and then select a drive.

If you want, click Browse to select a specific location.

Click Advanced Options.

Specify options for adding new media files.

Click Search.

Click Close.


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