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like to hear the same song eight or nine times a day. If you're not one of those people and you're looking for new radio content, you'll be happy to hear that Media Player 12 in Windows 7 has access to Internet radio. We'll show you how to use it in this video!
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How to Listen to Internet Radio in Windows 7
Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your Butterscotch.com tutorial on how you can listen to Internet Radio in Windows Media Player 12 under Windows 7. Now, I know for myself sometimes I think that something isn’t available or it doesn’t exist because I can’t find it. That’s true on my—garage to get something. It’s not there so I can’t find it. So, we’re going to show you how to look at Windows Media Player 12 and listen to internet radio all you want.
So let’s click on Start, Windows Media Player. When it opens up here, go down here on the left to the bottom, click Media Guide and right here you see Internet Radio. So, we’ll click on that. And you have quite a selection of Music. You have genres here. What you pick up here will change what you see down here. So here they have top stations. If you click all these for example, it will change the selections that are available down here. And we’ll go back to top stations.
I have the volume on the radio turned way down so that it doesn’t interfere with our work here. So, I'm on the musical here, click Listen. You can see it listed over here. You can save this list. You can adjust the volume obviously and depending on your internet speed, if you have a really slow connection or a dial up connection, you’ll want to put the speed on low. If you have a higher, faster internet connection speed, then you can put it on high. How this impacts you is primarily through the quality of your listening. If you don’t want to put it on high, if you have a really slow connection because you’ll get lots of pauses in your music. So, this is how you could listen to Internet Radio with Windows Media Player 12 under Windows 7. And that’s all there is to it.