May 13th, 2006 by Keith

Microsoft Windows Media Player 11

Posted in Fun Stuff, Utilities, Windows

Windows Media Player

A message to the Microsoft Windows users, how long have you been using Windows Media Player 10, ever since you upgraded to Windows XP? Or rather, not long before, does anyone still remember the traditional and simple, yet useful Media Player 6.4. Well, it wasn’t too long, neither too short a wait, till version Windows Media Player 11 is finally out.

Windows Media Player 11 for Windows Vista is going to be the next generation digital music software that users in control of their music experiences. Besides enjoying digital music, it supports ripping CDs as well. The new version come with a new polished look and feel, with features than make using the Player easier than before. Windows Media Player 11 can also handle music collections of any size.


The interface on the new Windows Media Player 11 makes finding the media much easier than its predecessors. With the complicated trees gone, users only require to select a category from the Library, the content in that category will appear straight to the right side. Thus, it has made easier to navigate around for media.

The buttons at the top of the interface contains new shortcuts. While ripping CD, users can adjust the format and bitrate on the fly, and switching back and forth from audio to data settings for CD burning. The playback control buttons at the bottom of the interface are pretty large enough and easy to use, instead of the usual small controls from previous Media Player versions.

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System Requirement:

  • OS: Windows 2K/XP/2003/Vista/XP X64

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One Response to “Microsoft Windows Media Player 11”

  1. Microsoft Windows Media Player 11 Beta 2 Released » SoftSift Says:

    [...] I must have been missing out a lot since the past one week. There has been so many new stuffs, applications and softwares which I am trying to catch up. And one of them is the Microsoft Windows Media Player 11 Beta 2. My last blog on version 11 was dated back in May. [...]

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