Windows Media Player 11.0.5721.5145
  Last update: 12 Nov 2006 | License: Freeware | Size: 24.5MB | Downloads: 1410544
 
Windows Media Player is one of the best known software tools for rendering audio and video files, which comes with the Windows operating system.

 

Its latest versions have been improved significantly and you will be surprised by how many things this application can do.

Due to the Windows Media Player, you can view multimedia content from the Internet and from your computer, too.

Lately, this application allows you to synchronize music, video and photos to the newest portable devices, without compromising on quality.

One of the main focuses of this program is the possibility to organize your media libraries.

With proper management of your media contents, you have easier and faster access to your music, photos and videos and to online media files.

A pleasant surprise is the built-in disc burner which allows you to write your own audio CDs in no time.

More than just playing and organizing your media files, Windows Media Player allows you to adjust your music and videos so you get the most put of them. Use any of the following options and enhance your experience: adjusting sound frequencies, Dolby Digital profiles, crossfading, brightness, contrast, saturation, hue and many others.

Windows Media Player is able to render the most popular file formats, and in case it does not recognize a format by default, with the help of a codec, it will open it for you without any complications.

Among the latest updates of Windows Media Player we mention the new UI, the indexed libraries with search-as-you-type features, the support for better synchronization for portable devices and the user controlled downgrade of quality for DRM content to allow for smaller files.

In a word, Windows Media Player is worth trying because it integrates perfectly within your operating system and also because it has more power under the hood than you’d expect.


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