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Using: Windows 7 Pro (64 Bit computer) and it makes me bitter.


I cannot add or remove from my list pane in Windows Media Player. Windows says to right click and choose delete but this does not work

in any of the types of possible types of display.


I can add to and subtract from my own made library but that is it.


Suggest being allowed to clear the data file for the display pane to allow new media viewing and manipulation.

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I believe CCleaner works under the same access restrictions as the person who runs it,

so if Windows 7 does not allow you to manually delete something,

I doubt that CCleaner would be able to break through.



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