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I have almost always used and still use Winamp for music. During a time I used "mpc star" but it didn't convinced me and went back to Winamp.
If Winamp is the best media player or not... I can't tell. But it is the one I like most.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
If all you know is iTunes, then yeah, you'd think all players suck. As far as I understand it, iTunes is universally despised on Windows, which you'd think would be surprising given that it's pretty much necessary if you use Apple's hardware without an actual Apple desktop or laptop.
It's my firm belief that Apple is so petty, even though they have all the money in the world, they do NOT want to spend the resources to make a good product for any competitor's OS. Even though they have way more people using iTunes on Windows than MacOS.
Paid a visit to your site and viewed the photo gallery, nice photo's
Especially the one with tea cup and books, that seems to be light reading (Das Kapital).
I once visited the German town of Trier where I stumbled upon the birth house of Karl Marx, didn't visit it though
Well maybe next time when I'm in the neighbourhood ...
Thanks for the kind words, glad you liked the photos, still working on putting more up. The shot you speak of was taken at an antique store, the owner had set up quite a few of these settings and I really liked them. Never noticed name of book.
Got my site back up after my time in the woods! JaxCoder.com
I haven't tried enough of them to decide on a best one. I still use WinAmp though because it is easy for me. I have over 240GB of music, all categorized and sorted by performer and album, and I find WinAmp to be very simple to deal with it all. WMP was useless with my music so I bagged it long ago.
"They have a consciousness, they have a life, they have a soul! Damn you! Let the rabbits wear glasses! Save our brothers! Can I get an amen?"
WinAmp's Smart Views were a huge organizational tool, once I figured them out. Have used it ever since, and like Sander, haven't upgraded because 5.666 just works. But don't use it on the phone, since it stuttered for some reason. Playlists created from Smart Views are copied over though, and work fine...