Shuffle may refer to any of the following:
1. A term used to describe the play style used in computer audio and other media players. In shuffle mode, instead of playing the files or songs in order, it will randomly select the next file or song to play. By default, this mode is disabled and needs to be enabled through the program before playing in this style. For example, in Microsoft Windows Media Player a user can press Ctrl+T on their keyboard to enable shuffle mode. Or, click the play button, then click the shuffle button.