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How do you get Windows media player for Windows 8?

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Microsoft Windows Media Player can be acquired for the Microsoft Windows 8 operating system by downloading the software set up file at Microsoft.com and running the installation process. Windows 8 PCs come with Windows Media Player installed by default.

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How do you get Windows media player for Windows 8?
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Windows 8 includes Windows Media Player 12 by default. From the desktop, click the Start button, click on the All Programs menu option, locate Windows Media Player in the list of applications and click on it to open.

To get Windows Media Player for Microsoft Windows 8, first open a web browser and direct it to Microsoft.com. At the top of the page, click on the Software & Apps tab, hover over Windows in the drop-down menu, and then click on the All Windows header link. On the next page, click on the Menu icon in the top right of the window, click on the Downloads menu option, click on the Music, Photos & Video option in the sub-menu and then click on Windows Media Player. The next page shows Windows Media Player versions available by operating system version. Follow the instructions according to the version of Windows 8 that is installed on the PC. The operating system version can be found by right-clicking on My Computer and selecting Properties from the drop-down menu.

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