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The Microsoft Windows Media Player is Microsoft's solution to having a fully functional media player on consumers' computers. The Windows Media Player is capable of playing almost every computer sound file, has support to play many of the popular movie formats, can arrange all your music and audio on your computer, and much more.
Windows Media Player 10.0 - New Smart Jukebox features, new Auto Sync feature enabling Windows Media player to sync more easy to media devices, Support for burning MP3 files, online shopping.
Windows Media Player 9.0 - Supports encoding for 5.1 and 7.1-channel digital recordings, capable of burning WMA files to a CD, and includes new online subscription features.
Windows Media Player 8.0 - Included with Microsoft Windows XP. Supports DVD playback, expanded MP3 support, updated media library features, capability to add lyrics to WMA or MP3 tracks, new visualizations, XP theme support, and support for multiple CD drives.
System that meets the Windows XP requirements.
Windows Media Player 7.1 - Designed for Microsoft Windows 98, Windows Media player 7.1 is capable of playing streaming audio, capable of creating audio CDs, has and enhanced media library, skins, and a radio tuner.
Windows 98, Windows 2000
Pentium 166 MHz & 32MB RAM
16-bit sound card.
256-color video card.
Windows Media Player 6.4 - Designed for Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows NT
Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT with Service Pack 4.
Intel Pentium 90MHz
16-bit sound card