convert wma to mps with the windows media player 11

How can I convert wma to mp3 with windows media player 11.

There are other versions of window media players who had this.

You can burn a CD of music with WMA files
and then it RIP with MP3 as a format target.

Windows Media Player 11 for Windows Vista
Burn a CD or DVD in Windows Media Player
(Expand the section: "Burn audio CD")

Windows Vista - rip music from a CD

Windows Vista - change settings for ripping

Or you can use the following free software:

There are many programs that can do conversions...
The following freeware is an example...:

(FWIW... it's always a good idea to create a system)
Restore point before installing software or updates)

Format Factory
(the 'direct link' is faster)
(the file you want to download is: ><>
(FWIW... installation..., you can uncheck
('all' boxes on the last screen)

First, you will need to decompress the file or just open the
Drag FFSetup260.exe out of the folder
and drop it on your desktop. To install left click.

Next, after the download and installation of Format
Factory... you can open the program and
left click on the toolbar, the "Option" button and
"Select an output folder to" / apply / OK.
(this is where you find your files after they)
are converted)

Drag and drop your. WMA clips on the main screen...

Select "all to MP3" / OK...

Click on... Beginning... in the toolbar...

That should do it...

Good luck...

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