Media player updating window
Microsoft is aware of this and the company will address the issue with the Media Player soon.Last week Microsoft re-released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update to the consumers and it’s gradually rolling out to the users.I have read microsoft help files and I cannot find anything to answer this problem. Any I have used WMP for nearly 10 years, and with the exception of adding codecs for further use never had an issue.
I deleted it from the library (made sure it was still on the server) restarted Media Player hoping that it would refresh and find the full album.“Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release”.Microsoft has already stopped the development of Windows Media Player but the program is available in Windows 10.Yes you can delete the folder where your library is stored, let your media player library empty, then add the folder back which will then re-load the library with the new files.
However, if you have "add volume leveling" checked for your music files (preferable) then it takes forever for the library to reload for it checks every song of every album in your library.Microsoft hasn’t said it is going to kill Media Player anytime soon and it’s likely that the old program will continue to live for a while.