Generally all mp3's will play on windows media player. MP3 is a compression
used on the music to make it a smaller file size - easier for trading on the
web - but it retains a certain amount of quality.
If you get an option the higher the bitrate the better the quality of the
These are general warnings, not designed to put you off
Always buy them from reputable stores, as they can come with spyware or
viruses, particularly if you let them use the file sharing sites.
Music is copyrighted, so it often comes with DRM, which allows you to listen
to the music on your pc, but will stop you doing other things with it.
MVP Digital Media
"Larry" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> My children want to buy an MP3 and I don't know a lot about them. Doe
> anyone know which MP3 works well with Vista? Are downloads required to
> get it working? Thx L