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This is a tip which helps you to remove the music tracks within Media Center part but without deleting them from the computer.
How to delete music tracks from Windows Media Center
1]Open Windows Media Player.
2]Click on Library tab.
3]Select All Music present in the left pane.
4]Select one music file.
5]Now press [CTRL] + [A] to select all the music files.
6]Press the Delete key.
7]You will get a pop up like this:-
Are you sure you want to delete the (X no) selected items?
Article ID: 556064 - Last Review: February 22, 2008 - Revision: 1.0
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