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using windows media player to rip cd's on to a 32gb flashdrive using windows 10

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I have a laptop and windows 10.  I want to know how to rip cd's, then put all the music on a 32gb flashdrive using the windows 10
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i've used itunes with great success.

check this link out for how-to with windows media player

http://www.dummies.com/computers/operating-systems/windows-10/how-to-rip-cds-in-windows-10/
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You go to Tools->Options->Rip Music , you set the format (mp3)...the quality and the location (your flash drive)
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in case you would like this info in images: WMP - Rip
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Brian answered first - John & Paul added complimentary info initial answer
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