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Images: Windows Media Player 11

Windows Media Player 11, which on Monday was released in beta version for Windows XP, uses a graphical interface that is more visually appealing than previous versions. When CNET.com's reviewers first installed the program, it automatically pulled in all the media they had on their hard drive. They noticed that a lot of album art was missing, and spent some time filling it in. It's as simple as copying the art and pasting it in--or WMP 11 can do it for you if you right-click and select Find Album Info. This feature had some issues in the beta-testing version, so the reviewers found pasting the art in themselves to be easier.

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