Preview/Play audio files like Win2000 from explorer window...unable to find in WinXP?

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Mesbo, Mar 6, 2002.

  1. Mesbo

    Mesbo Guest

    Hi Everyone...first time.....

    I am unable to fine this feature in WinXP....

    In Win2K, you are able to preview/play music files by just highlighting them individually in the explorer window and clicking the play button on the left side...the place where information about a file is shown. This is a great feature if you do not want to open up an audio player like WinAmp or MediaPlayer and just want to browse your MP3 files.

    In WinXP, the only option in explorer window on the left is to play all files in directory....and it will open an audio program to play it.

    Any Ideas?

  2. Dirk Diggler

    Dirk Diggler Guest

    I reckon it is possible to do it in XP, you will just have to find XP's version of the "Folder.htt"
    Then look for "False; //cool, but may hinder media file manipulation"
    and change "False" to "True"
  3. Mesbo

    Mesbo Guest

    Thanks for your would be nice....I don't know why they would take out that feature...for both Audio and Video.....