Microsoft Windows Media Player
Consists of seven features in a single application: a CD player, an audio and video player, a media jukebox, a media guide, an Internet radio, a portable device that you can transfer music files to, and an audio CD burner. These software programs are combined into one easy-to-use application, which is designed to make playing digital media a mainstream experience. An audio CD creator and a unified player are included with the program. The program also allows you to play streaming and downloadable digital audio, video, and other Internet content; play back CD and digital recordings; use the jukebox functionality to play or copy an entire CD to your PC in just a few minutes with one click; and much more. This latest release of the Windows Media Player incorporates new built-in support for custom CD creation from Adaptec. When using a CD-R or CD-RW drive and Windows Media Player 7, you are able to convert your digital music files into standard audio CDs with a single click. Also included among the list of new features is a wide array of new skins and visualizations and a new Digital DJ skin that allows Media Player to create playlists based on your tastes. Note: For Windows 98 or 2000 only. Do not install on Windows 95 or NT (3.51/4.0).