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2   Downloading Songs to Your PC
Using Internet Explorer, you can download a song by right-clicking its title and choosing Save Target As. Alternatively, you can left-click a song to have it play in WMP, whereupon you can click on File>Save As. (Sadly, the File>Save As option may not appear on the most recent versions of WMP.)
What May Work Differently: If you access these music pages via other browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Opera) left-clicks and right-clicks may behave differently than they do when using Internet Explorer. It pays to experiment.
3   Copying Songs to a CD
Bear in mind, however, that these songs are NOT the same thing as the "music" files recorded on commercial over-the-counter CDs. Rather, they are "digital computer files."
Nonetheless, some of the newer boomboxes and car stereos are designed to play digital files, as well as store-bought music CDs. Check the device's Owner's Manual for info.
What Works Best Copy the songs to a USB flash drive (a.k.a. thumb drive, stick drive, travel drive). Using a flash drive is so much easier and more reliable than using a disc. Flash drives work just like the old 3½" floppy disks we used for years - you can easily copy files to a flash drive, and just as easily delete them or over-write them. We gave up using discs years ago, once flash drives came along.
4   Importance of File Name Extensions...
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