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Windows Media Player Plus for WMP11 &12

Windows Media Player Plus is a plug-in for Windows Media Player (WMP11& 12) that will give some new features and enhancements to your player.

For example, the Tag Editor Plus, an alternative for WMP’s advanced tag editor gives some more features in WMP11 and attaches the missing tag editor option on Windows Media Player 12.

Its advanced title formatting (ATF) option lets you add specific ATF strings to your player (similar to the Winamp and Foobar2000).

Key features of Windows Media Player Plus:

1. Tag Editor Plus: an alternative for Windows Media Player's Advanced Tag Editor.
2. Real 'find as you type' in the library.

3. Access the standard Explorer right-click menu of a media file directly from within WMP.
4. Restore last active playlist, media item, and playback position at WMP startup.
5. Show currently playing media in Windows Media Player's title bar
6. Enhanced and configurable replacement of the Windows Live Messenger Music plug-in

Windows Media Player Plus can be downloaded at source.


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