I’m used to using directories and subdirectories, going all the way back to early versions of DOS. I’ve got all my stuff organized in directories under the C: drive.
Windows 7 emphasizes libraries. You can explore directories…in some cases.
Using Windows Media Player, you cannot explore directories. You must use libraries. And I’m damned if I can figure it out.
I did manage to force a library to accept all my music. But when I go down into the subdirectories where the music files are, the files are all labeled “untitled.” WTF? The files have file names. That’s what I want to use for the title. But the file names don’t show. Do they expect me go go in using some editor or other and enter the new names for all of my music files?
Why do they do stuff like this?