How do you download songs using windows media player 9?
my brother said it is possible..don't know how to though.
- piquetLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
i'm afraid it's not possible, windows media player only plays music and videos - it doesn't (permanently) download it.
you can play streaming audio from a website in windows media player such as from a radio station's live stream but this isn't downloaded - it's played live, once you close media player it's gone.
- 1 decade ago
Soap is made up of polar molecules. That just means that one end of each molecule is different from the other like the poles of a magnet. One end dissolves in grease and fats while the other end dissolves in water. Since most really dirty things are fatty and greasy, this means that one end of each soap molecule sticks to the dirt on your hands while the other end sticks to the water running over them. This washes the dirt away. Why not use plain water? If you don't have soap plain water will help get you clean but because of surface tension water won't stick to grease so you will never get completely clean. Another class of cleaners solves this problem. Detergents reduce the surface tension of water allowing it to clean better. Look at the list of ingredients on your cleanser. If one of them is Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, your cleanser is a detergent. Now for the first part of your question. Long ago people found that you could make a cleaner by heating lard (renderings from animals killed for food) with potash, an alkali produced by burning wood, probably for cooking the aforementioned food. This discovery was probably accidental, the result of being in the right place at the right time. It took place so long ago that the discoverer (or discoverers, it probably happened in several places at different times) is lost in history. BTW. It's no coincidence that many of today's soap producers are owned by or connected to slaughter houses and meat producers. Do some research on Procter and Gamble. Your teacher will be proud of you.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Windows Media Player is not a peer to peer program. Remember downloading songs is still illegal unless you go to a sight to pay to download. Believe me Microsoft is not going to let you download songs for free. Microsoft only thinks about money. All you can do is play the music you already have.
- 1 decade ago
depends on whether the file is streamed or opened, if its a stream then its merely linked to the url file on a server, if its opened then the file resides in a temporary folder and those can be saved to the computer.....click on file then look for "save as" if its greyed out you can't "download" it but if its not you should be able to save the file. Now keep in mind that some of the "save as" files are going to save the information for the linked file and not the file itself so it totally depends on how the file is being opened in the first place and how the publisher of the file is getting it to you.