This article explains removing library folder locations in the Windows Media Player app on Windows 11.
The Windows Media Player app is a built-in application that allows you to play various media files such as videos, music, and images. It is a useful tool for managing and playing your media collection in Windows. It supports various file formats and offers basic playback controls such as play, pause, stop, rewind, and fast forward.
You can add folders containing your music and video files for the app to discover all your media. You can refresh and re-index your libraries if you are not seeing all your media from your library locations.
Library locations you add can be removed if you don’t want to play media from those locations.
There could be various reasons why someone would want to remove a library location from the Windows Media Player app. For instance, you might have added a folder containing media files you no longer want to play.
Alternatively, you may have accidentally added a folder and now want to remove it to avoid clutter. Whatever the reason, removing a library location is a straightforward process that can be easily done within the app’s settings.
Remove library location in Media Player
As mentioned, if you add a library location and want to remove it, use the steps below.
Then, click the Settings button on the left sidebar of the app.
Next, select the Music or Video library tile. Then, using the drop-down caret, expand the tile.
On the expanded tile, click the
X button to remove a library location.
Exit the Settings page when you’re done.
That should do it!
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