JukeBox extracts and plays your WAV files, although its functionality isn't nearly as robust as we expected. Via its clear-cut, two-pane interface, it's simple to browse through your folders. The program then quickly locates and lists all WAV files within the folder. That's when things start to disappoint. It only displays the files found in one folder at a time, and it only plays one audio file at a time. Without a Help file, we stumbled onto the fact that JukeBox can play the next file listed by hitting either the space bar or the up/down arrow keys. We weren't able to create a list of files, nor does JukeBox automatically play the files in our folder sequentially or randomly, as claimed by the publisher. Although this freeware can post and play sound files, it isn't that much more convenient than simply clicking files in your current folder. Simply put, JukeBox comes up short for people looking to create automatic playlists.