Windows Media Player 11 has a sleek, futuristic look. Its efficient interface offers prominent playback controls. You can still dig around in your music library using the vertical tree of folders and subfolders, if you're into that. And switching between media type is easy, though the default is to just show music, which helps the tree feel less cluttered. Just click the Library button, and choose what you want to play, including music, video, TV, and photos. If you're not keen on the library tree for viewing your music, you can also colorfully view it by album, complete with thumbnails of album artwork. Add or change album art, or edit media information as necessary. You can also personalize your Windows Media Player with a variety of skins and various downloadable visualizations. The instant-search tool is another great way to find desired music. As soon as you start typing, search reveals results broken down by artist and album. The results are narrowed down as you continue to type. Search functions quickly, even if you have thousands of songs to look through. Windows Media Player's tabbed layout further simplifies navigation. Depending on which tab you are in, you have different options tailored to the functions of that tab. Intuitive Back and Forward buttons give the media player functionality similar to that of Internet Explorer. You can organize your music in a variety of ways, including by creating customized playlists and star-rating your songs. Creating playlists allows you to group different combinations of songs, such as by genre, activity, or year released. And playlists make syncing to your device a breeze. If you tire of the music in your library, you can listen to the radio via Windows Media Player 11. Browse popular radio stations from all over the world using the Media Guide, which you can find in the Online Stores tab. The Media Guide is updated daily with the latest in movies, music, and video.
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