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    I can't friggen stand WMP.

    Using nLite, I've slipstreamed WMP completely out of all my XP installs. I dont want to see that ugly beast on any of my systems.

    Winamp works great. Keep it please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirbycope
    Its owned by AOL so yes trash it.
    Thats nothing, because WMP is owned by microsoft
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    Did you ever read the date ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic
    i think winamp is the best choice, its always been small fast and stable for me, WMP has always been bloated and sluggish plus it dosent support an eq, and most importantly winamp plays all my music gapless!


    Quote Originally Posted by Splinter
    I can't friggen stand WMP.

    Using nLite, I've slipstreamed WMP completely out of all my XP installs. I dont want to see that ugly beast on any of my systems.

    Winamp works great. Keep it please.
    I haven't gone that far, but even my OC'ed desktop, I refuse to use WMP, just too much resources, and loading time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGD
    Did you ever read the date ?
    Ya, but im just a noob so I dont know better
    I was just searching and thought that was an ironic statement
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    Old thread maybe but I have to ask, what happend to the thought to integrate iTunes into RR? Would it be possible to play bought songs from iTMS in RR IF you manage to integrate iTunes into RR instead of Winamp (Winamp sucks ).

    I know iTunes eats memory, but wouldn't 512 mb RAM be able to handle iTunes and more applications via RR? The ultimate thing would be to be able to choose which mediaplayer (of iTunes or Winamp) should be used to play the music?


    I'd love to have iTunes instead since I'm a big Apple-fan.

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    Awesome (writing this on a 17" Powerbook G4)
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    IMHO, itunes is much worse than winamp.... itunes keeps a service running on my computer, it is a ***** to uninstall, leaves a ton of processes running, its a POS...

    If anything I think FLAC would be the best route.... (basically built into the application, it is a programming library)
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    Isn't there a FLAC plugin for winamp? You could probably already do that, just specify the .flac extension in RRConfig... not sure though.

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    nobody can argue against itunes for playing media on a normal computer.It is very intuitive to use, organizes all the media on your computer, supports burning as well as internet radio, smart playlists, album art, and media sharing. It is an all-in-one app that will always have a space on my hard drive
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