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how to maintain windows media
Media players come in a wide selection. The standard media player for a computer using a
Windows operating system is Windows Media Player. This player typically plays .wma files that
are stored on the computer. As more media files are acquired and added to the computer they
can quickly become disorganized. A media library can grow from a single file to hundreds very
quickly depending upon how many movies or shows may be downloaded or recorded on a regular
basis.
Normal maintenance of files on a computer is extremely helpful in keeping the computer operating
smoothly and efficiently. Maintenance may have a variety of meanings but usually just means
‘cleaning up'. As video files are created and added through regular computer use, some of them
aren't particularly important and seem to do more taking up hard drive space than being relevant
to an application on the computer. The most well-known method of removing files is to find the file
in its folder location. From here, the file can be right-clicked to bring up a menu of possible
options. From here, select ‘Delete' to get rid of the file from the folder. This method is extremely
sluggish if a lot of files are to be deleted.
A short stop at www.hothotsoftware.com to search ‘How to Delete Windows Media Player Files
Software' will offer up an incredible piece of software for video file organization. This software
works entirely within a single window, reducing any chance of getting mixed up or lost while using
the software. This window is divided into three main areas. The top part is to add any files to the
playlist that you will be working from. These files may be added individually through the ‘Add
File(s)' button or the software can look through a folder for any files of certain type. These files will
be added to the playlist found in the bottom right area of the window. The bottom left section of
the window shows a small video player to preview any selected videos. This is convenient so that
any videos can be checked for content before they are deleted. The bottom of the window shows
seven various commands for the playlist you are working in. The first command is to remove any
files to the recycle bin. This means that the files will be taken from your playlist and also deleted
from their folder on the computer. To the right are ‘Stop', ‘Next', and ‘Previous' commands that
control video progression through the playlist. These commands are similar to these same
commands in a traditional video player. The bottom list of commands first has an ‘Add to Playlist'
command. This just includes files from the top section into the playlist in the bottom area. Next to
this is a ‘Delete from Playlist' button and ‘Clear Playlist' button. The first button just deletes files
from the playlist but not from the computer as a whole. The last button clears out the entire
playlist.
To learn more about this software, please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxBJ3eBKpvQ.
Media can be difficult to keep organized on a computer. Utilize this software to check your files
before they are deleted and also to permanently remove them from your computer.


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