Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Windows tip: Easy scripts for Media Player

It seems like we spend a lot of time on this blog showing you ways to be more productive or get more out of your routers or your servers. Microsoft recently posted some scripts that, while not really oriented toward productivity, certainly are useful for anyone who uses their Windows Media Player. They’ve created a variety of VBScripts that do everything from exporting song library listings to an Excel spreadsheet to simply playing a particular song. It occured to us that this could also be a great introduction to scripting for anyone who has yet to take the plunge (and it’s fun). Click here to get to their Scripting Center.

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