Microsoft corporation has released a new version of Windows Media Player for PCs with Windows OS, that allows play media files, copy and burn files to the compact discs, as well as listen to the Internet radio.
Windows (32|64 bit)
24.5 MB - 26.6 MB
December 5, 2017
Windows Media Player overview
According to statistics, Windows Media Player is used by more than 30% of the Windows OS users. Microsoft has removed almost all the limitations in the program, released huge number of plugins, skins and visual surveys that improve the quality of audio / video player and extend its functionality.
Platform: Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 (32-bit & 64-bit).
Features of the Windows Media Player
Play local and streaming multimedia file formats: FLAC, MP4, M4V and many others.
Play audio files from a CD, DVD-Video or VCD.
Listening to the Internet Radio in FM format and view TV channels.
Burn media files to CD / DVD discs with a specific writing speed (low, medium, high, very high).
Copy music from audio CDs in MP3 or WMA / WAV formats without losing quality.
Reception, transmission and playback of media files to portable devices due to a new data synchronization technology.
Support of 10-band graphic equalizer to change the tone of sound.
Changing the image quality (brightness, hue, saturation, and contrast).
Support skins and visual surveys to change the themes of the player.
Support of additional modules to decode music and video.
Display of local subtitles.
Thus, Windows Media Player has an intuitive and easy-to-use user interface that allows you to listen to music and Internet radio, play movies, watch TV, and burn audio CDs.