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You may also want to check out Windows Movie Maker.
no windows moviemaker does not support audio alone / only video and photos
So a playlist is appropriate as suggested.
Just drop one mp4 on wait till it populates, then move the curser to the end of the first video repeat wait till it populates then go to file save movie for and choose your output.
mark the end of the first clip then drag the next video on so it sits after the first
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