Big music playlists take a long time to curate, and when you change computers, you do not want your playlists to remain (or maybe you just want to share your job with a friend). If you have playlists in Windows Media Player, then transfer them to another computer.
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Note: ] Transferring a playlist does not copy the files associated with it, just the link to where they stored. To play a playlist on another computer, you must have the same music files stored in the same path.
Since a playlist is an XML file that contains the locations of all the songs in it, it is exported to another computer is easy. You can copy them to an external device or even zip them and mail them. The trick is to know where to find them.
Open Windows Media Player and click on "Playlists" to view all your playlists.
Next, right-click the playlist you want to transfer
If you prefer to navigate there in File Explorer, the files are saved in the following location (replaces
Your username ] with the name of your user account):
C: Users Your_ Username Music Playlists
From that folder you can transfer playlists but you want. Copy and paste (or drag and drop) them to an external device, drop them up and send them by email or upload them to cloud storage.
But you get them to the other computer, so you have to copy the files to the same folder (C: Users Your_Username Music Playlists there.
The next time you opens Windows Media Player, the playlist will list all the song contained in it.
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