Edit File Tags In Windows Media Player

Editing file tags in Windows Media Player is an easy way to reorganize you music, or modify the way tracks display on your MP3 player. Follow the simple steps below to learn how. This article assumes that the music you wish to modify has already been imported into your Windows Media Player library.


1. Open Windows Media Player and click on the Library tab.

2. Locate the album you wish to modify, and double click it to open it. You should now see a list of all of the tracks of the album.

3. Highlight the track you wish to modify by left-clicking it once.

4. Right-click on the track and select “Advanced Tag Editor.” This will open up a new window.

5. Look over the new window carefully. You have many options available to you. For example, you can change the name of the track, the track number, the genre, or add to the information about the artist or composer. Also notice that there are five different tabs. Each tab has a different set of information that can be modifyed.

6. Click the “Apply” button at the bottom of the window when you are finished making changes.

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