7.54. Windows Media Player
The Macintosh equivalent for Windows Media Player is, of course, QuickTime Player. It handily plays and shows almost any kind of movie, picture, or sound (although you'll want to use iTunes for most music playback).
There are a few entertainment sources that work only with Windows Media Player, thoughcertain Internet radio stations , for example. Fortunately, Microsoft has gone to the trouble of creating a Macintosh version of Windows Media Player (never mind the irony of its name ). You can download it from www.microsoft.com/mac.