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Can I get the names of untitled songs in Windows Media Player?

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Not unless you actually change the title yourself, then update the info online. What I do is listen the lyrics, then I go to Google and type in "lyrics" (without the quotes) and type a line of the lyrics. Usually, you will get plenty of results that will tell you the name of the song, artist, etc. I then edit my info manually, then right-click on it and choose update song info. From there, media player usually will have enough info to update it properly.

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If you want to find the name of an untitled song in Windows Media Player, just right-click the file and select Find album info:

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If you're connected to the Internet, Windows Media Player should provide information about the song (Name, Artist, Album, Release Year). If it can't find information about the song, you can try using iTunes. Just download and install the application, import the songs, right-click on their icon and select Get Track Names:

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Again, if you're connected to the Internet, the application should provide all the information regarding your song. If you want to change the name of the song, you will need to do it manually. You can do this through Windows Media Player. Just right-click the file, select Edit and change the name.

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