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(Feb 13, 2018, 13:21 pm)tifon Wrote: [ -> ]3 db 1TB Silicon Power driver backup music.

I should've tought you'd already one Blush
I was thinking about all this recently... Does anyone actually use anything else other than iTunes for playing music? I remember Winamp back in the day, but since then, I think Apple has dominated that corner of the market!
This article suggests a few, including MediaMonkey, AnyTrans, and good old Winamp! Am I missing something here? Or is iTunes simply the best option?
(Feb 26, 2018, 10:56 am)thewildcat Wrote: [ -> ]Does anyone actually use anything else other than iTunes for playing music?

Tried iTunes and found it to be a plain music store player. Still use WinAmp and not so long ago also had Sonique running, for the music visualizaton they have. There're compatible players but then I just stick with the originals. No new player I know of has that beauty and power, specially if you plug-in Audio Enhancer.
Windows Media Player for Windows, Rhythmbox for Linux Mint.
(Feb 27, 2018, 22:25 pm)RobertX Wrote: [ -> ]Windows Media Player for Windows...

REALLY?  (Ô,Ô)  I'm surprised speechless. WMP works, but... not palatable.
last CD i bought was the first resident evil OST by written by marylin manson... so wayyyyy back
Ah yes, totally forgot about Windows Media Player! Big Grin That old chestnut...
It's Windows Media Player for Windows 7, not the later Windows.

Those ones are fool's gold.
I buy CDs when I can't find a way to download them, or they're bands I want to support.
I don't even remember when was the last time I did that.
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