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Windows Media Player Track Count

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by mshabsovich, Jan 14, 2007.

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  1. mshabsovich

    mshabsovich Thread Starter

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    I have the newest version of Windows Media Player(11.0). How can i determine how many tracks there are in the media player? I have been digging around and i cant seem to find it. version 10 of media player just had it written on the bottom, but this one dosent. I was used to the other version and this one requires me to hunt for all the features i loved from the older one. seems like the new version is harder to use. or maybe its just me. Thanks
     
  2. t bone

    t bone

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    hi in wmp11>library...on the left, drop down the library section, is folder shown, if not rt. click on library this time and select "show more views".....now click on "folder" that will show you all the folders that it detected media in with the amount of songs per. i have different folders for albums and single songs so i have a couple.

    that's the only way i've found so far
    hope this helps
     
  3. paulthebassguy

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    Thanks, I was looking for the feature as well. I like some of the wmp11 features like the way everything is categorised, and the sound quality is really good, but I agree it is mostly a usability disaster.
     
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