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Old 03-06-2002, 03:27 AM
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Default Anybody using Windows Mediaplayer?

Anybody using Windows Mediaplayer? I thought about installing it, but I’m reluctant because of earlier experiences with Microsoft installers moving and overwriting files and extentions (MS Word).
Besides it said in system requirements that I need to have virtual memory turned on. If thats the case, its not for me.

Should I, or should I not?
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