Windows Media Player ignores the files it has already cataloged and adds any new ones.
Windows Media Player doesn’t offer an advanced editor for changing a song’s tags.
Many users were also anticipating the return of the Start button, but were hugely disappointed to find that it’s merely a shortcut to the Start screen.
If you’re one of them, check out what you can do with the Win X Menu & Editor If you are eager to take advantage of Windows 8.1’s new features, hold on for a moment.
and install all important updates before you upgrade.
You won’t be able to see the Windows 8.1 file until all key updates have been installed.
If you would like to boot to the desktop, take advantage of the improved Sky Drive integration, or run multiple apps next to each other with the new dynamic Snap feature, you should consider upgrading.
Just in case you don’t like Windows 8.1 or run into issues, note that the only way to roll back to Windows 8 after upgrading to Windows 8.1, is to restore a previously made system image.
When you run Windows Media Player, the program automatically sorts through your computer’s stash of digital music, pictures, and videos, automatically cataloging everything it finds.
But if you’ve noticed that some of your PC’s media is missing from the Windows Media Player Library, you can tell the player where to find those items by following these steps: Note: Unlike the Music app, Windows Media Player can play One Drive files only if they are synced to your PC.
Unfortunately, a Windows 8 system image can only be restored to Windows 8, meaning you will need Windows 8 installation media.