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Although you have the liberty of enjoying most of your favorite songs online, you might be highly tempted to listen to them offline, in a preferred audio player. An abundance of applications managed to make a name for themselves over the years, but things don’t necessarily have to be complicated for comfortable playback, and this is what Media Player wants to prove.
First of all, you need to go through a setup process to make things work, but it’s also possible to have it deployed on a thumb drive in case you want to carry it with you. Runtime doesn’t put a strain on system stability because registry entries remain intact. Note that .NET framework is a required component for functionality.
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|File size||< 1 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows 2008|
The interface isn’t something to make it stand out from the crowd, and it’s mostly composed out of classic window elements. However, there is the possibility to choose a custom color for the background through a palette. Even so, things are pretty intuitive, and most functions are fitted with clear descriptions and tags.
One of the application’s main focuses is queue playback. Once you configure a playlist, right-clicking a song adds it to queue, and you can see the corresponding position in a side panel. In terms of file support, however, the application only lets you play MP3 files, and even though you can create playlists, they can’t be saved, or loaded if already created in other programs.
Playback controls are regular, with play, pause, stop, navigation, volume, and progress slider. Additional playback parameters consist of repetition, remembering the playlist on exit, apply granular volume control, or automatically start playback when the program starts.
Taking everything into consideration, we can state that Media Player Serial isn’t something to be remembered in history, but neither the type of application to be discarded after first use. It contains a decent variety of playback controls, but it leaves much to be desired when it comes to playlist management and file support.