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How can I get Windows Media Player to start in the Library View?


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#1 NBachers

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Posted 08 November 2014 - 01:52 AM

Years of difficulty, hours of frustration trying to deal with this.  When I start Windows Media Player, it starts up in Library View for a couple of seconds.  Then it immediately flashes down to a minimized "Now Playing" window.  I have to click "Go to Library" to get to the library view.

 

I operate in the Library view.  I have no bleeping use for the "Now Playing" minimized window.  Since I haven't started playing anything, the "Now Playing" window is a useless annoyance.  I just want Windows Media Player to start in Library View.

 

I've posted around other help sites, and tried all the solutions.  Most of them tell me to put  /Task Library or  /Task MediaLibrary at the end of the command line of the shortcut menu in the Properties box when I right-click the Windows Media Player startup icon.

 

Here are examples of this advice: http://www.sevenforums.com/music-pictures-video/224291-how-open-wmp-12-maximized-library-not-minimized-now-playing.html

 

http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/windows-media-player-open-library-view/

 

http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/change-default-view-windows-media-player/

 

I've tried all the solutions here, over and over.  Nothing works.  I'm using Windows 7 Professional and Windows Media Player version 12.0.7601.18150, the most recent update.

 

Can anyone help me to get Windows Media Player to start in Library View?



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