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Microsoft® Windows® XP Inside Out Deluxe, 9780735618053 by Craig Stinson, Carl Siechert, Ed Bott

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Chapter 24. Using and Customizing Windows Media Player

What's New in Windows Media Player 804

Controlling File Type Associations 805

Customizing Audio and Video Playback 808

Customizing the Player's Appearance 813

Extending the Player's Capabilities 820

Playing Audio CDs 822

Security and Privacy Issues 825

Watching DVD Movies 828

Understanding and Protecting Your Digital Rights 830

Windows Media Player has been a part of Microsoft Windows for more than a decade. In its earliest incarnation, the Media Player program was a bare-bones 16-bit utility that performed only one trick: playing uncompressed (WAV) audio files. Through the years, Microsoft has steadily improved the capabilities of Windows Media Player and tightened its links to Windows. In fact, you ...

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