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If you click Customize, the Customize Media Streaming Settings dialog box appears. If desired, deselect the Use Default Settings check box and customize the media streaming options for the selected device. Click OK.

Windows 7 saves your changes to the media streaming options.

By default, most of the items in your Windows Media Player library are automatically assigned a rating from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest) stars. These ratings are assigned by third-party providers and online stores. You can manually change the rating by right-clicking the item you would like to change in Windows Media Player, selecting Rate from the drop-down menu, and clicking the new rating you would like to assign (1 to 5 stars, or unrated).

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