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Windows® 7 Inside Out, Deluxe Edition by Carl Siechert Ed Bott and Craig Stinson

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Chapter 14. Sharing and Syncing Digital Media

Sharing Digital Media over a Network

Synchronizing Digital Media with Portable Devices

Burning Music and Other Media to CDs and DVDs

Using DVDs to Share Pictures and Videos

WHEN you think of Windows Media Player, you probably think of it as a program that allows you to enjoy your own music or video collection on a single PC. But that’s only one of the roles this multifaceted program can play in our connected world. On a home network (especially one joined to a Windows 7 homegroup), Windows Media Player allows you to fetch media from one location and play it locally or sling it to another PC or networked device. It also offers some basic features that allow you to transfer all or part of your media collection ...

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