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Expert Zone Support WebCast: Windows Media Player 11 on Windows XP and Windows Vista

Article ID: 927549

Article Last Modified on 8/27/2007


  • Microsoft Windows Media Player 11
  • Microsoft Windows Media Player 11 Beta

Session Summary
Thursday, November 16, 2006

In this Expert Zone Support WebCast, Expert Zone columnist Joli Ballew introduces Windows Media Player 11 and describes the experience of using Windows Media Player 11 on Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Vista.

This is a Level 100 session presented by Joli Ballew.

Joli Ballew is the author of almost 20 books. These books include Microsoft Windows XP: Do Amazing Things (Microsoft Press, 2003). You can visit Joli's newly designed Web site at You can also contact Joli at

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