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    "Is it possible to go back to WMP10? I dont like 11."

    May 7, 2012  |   By pacsit66


    It's very simple and "dummy proof" in my opinion.


    I used to like to periodically clean out the library in WMP 10 and then rebuild it so that all my music was indexed properly. Ir theres a way to do that in 11 I sure can't figure it out. I've been trying the other high rated music players and have thus far not found a suitable replacement.


    If anyone has any ideas I'd love to hear them! But to the point WMP 11 is actually a very user friendly program and works well and I've never had a crash. It just lacks some of the controls from previous versions.

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