Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Mahalo Windows expert Sean Hewitt gives a tutorial on using the media player for Windows 7. Using the Windows Media Player --------------------------------------------------------------------- WIndows Media Player is a great program that allows you access to your music, videos and pictures.? 1. To open Windows Media Player, click on the "play arrow" icon in the Taskbar (bottom left of screen). Or you can also click on the Start menu. Choose All Programs,?scroll through the list and click on Windows Media Player.? 2. To view content, just click on the type of content you want to view (videos, pictures or music). For example, if you want to view a video file, double-click on Videos and it will prompt the media player. The controls will be at the bottom center of the screen.? 3. If you wanted to view your video fullscreen, click on the arrow icon at the very bottom right of the screen. To go back to the Media Player library, click on the icon in the very upper-right corner of the window.? 4. To listen to music, click on Music in the left menu and it will display your various music files. You can sort your music according to Album, Title, Length and Rating in the top menu bar.? 5. To create a music playlist, click on Playlists in the left menu, followed by the Click here link above to create a playlist in the center of the screen. Type a name into the name field and it will be created. To add songs to it, click and drag any songs you want into that playlist and they will now be copied therein.? 6. To access photos, click on Pictures in the left menu and it will display all of your various photos. You can view them in a slideshow by double-clicking on a photo. On the right of the screen will appear a list of all the photos within that playlist. The photo will open up, with controls at the bottom center of the screen similar to watching a video.? 7. Click the arrow buttons to flip through your photos. You can choose to Shuffle or Repeat your photos by clicking the crossed-arrow or u-turn arrow icons on the left of the controls. To view these images in fullscreen mode, once again click on the arrow icon at the very bottom right corner of the screen.? Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-windows-7-windows-media-player/
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