Freespire's Google ads: "What is Ubuntu Missing?"
geekboy at angrykeyboarder.com
Sun Oct 8 21:54:06 BST 2006
On Saturday 07 October 2006 02:15 am, Karl Goetz
(kamping_kaiser at internode.on.net) spake thusly:
>> Let me get this straight. You're saying you've installed Windows and
>> Windows Media Player (part of the default installation) didn't have
>> support for wma, wmv and mp3 files to begin with???????
> mp3. strangely, Microsoft products support Microsoft formats :o, and
> yes, I'm saying that the shiny cds i used didn't support mp3.
You may be right but if so, I'll be damned if I can recall what I had to
do to WMP to get it to play MP3s. In addition, this may have been with
earlier Win 9X versions. I know for a fact that every version of WMP
that shipped with Win200 and XP supported MP3. WMP 9 (or was it 10?)
even (finally) succumbed to public demand and offered ripping to (MP3
in addition to WMA of course).
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