Many of us use existing music store tools such as Napster and iTunes to manage our music. Windows Media Player 11 also enables us to manage our audio players and tracks, although it's hard to imagine that it's the first choice for most users. There are plenty of free and shareware alternatives available, that will enable you to rip, store, manage and burn your audio tracks. People like the thought of using an independent music manager.
MediaMonkey 3 alpha is an early preview of the forthcoming major release. It's a fantastic music manager that is now completely Vista compatible and ships with a brand new user interface. The latest version also ships with an iTunes-style browser, improvements to the burning engine and more.
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