Thursday, April 12, 2012 5:34 PM
When I first started using Windows Media Player I was really impressed with the fact that it seem to be bale to go online and find all the titles of all the tracks without me having to painstakingly type them all in. Unfortunately now I have noticed that most of the tracks that it has labelled seeme dto have been mislabelled and are in fact wrong. No matter how much I try and use the FIND ALBUM INFO and try and UPDATE ALBUM INFO I can't actually manage to do this as WMP doesn't allow me to match up the correct tracks to the corresponding track.
So I'm stuck with a complete mismatch of data shown on the Media player. For example I have a legally bought copy of the Carpenters Singles 1969-1981 with 21 tracks. WMP has now divided this double CD into 13 albums all with the same WRONG CD art. The Very Best of Leo Sayer has completely gone wrong with the labelling of the tracks.....everyone of them are wrong.
Now come on guys I thought the people at Microsoft were suppose to be the professionals......What's the matter, are you guys not being paid enough money.
The really annoying thing about all this is that I have downloaded an APP on my phone called Soundhound which was FREE and it can CORRECTLY identify all the tracks on WMP.
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