Free Media Converter is such a free software for Windows that you could use for so many different purposes. The only problem that ran into was where it would not allow you to successfully install the all-inclusive Babylon toolkit on the system, leaving you unable to run any media-related programs. To be able to fix this, you first need to be able to get onto the Windows System, then proceed to launch the "Task Manager" by clicking on "start". You will need to click "alt" after the "task manager" window appears. Now click on "control panel", and go to the following icon:
After that, you should click "select device" and you will then need to find the local drive where Free Media Converter was installed - in my case it was on my desktop computer at home. Select the "obar" icon which is positioned to the right of "task bar". This will open a new window, which will show some boxes with numbers - the numbers are in the position of your Free Media Converter program in the "paths" area of your desktop computer.
Once you have clicked on each drive and selected it's drive letter (the letters will be different in your Windows), you will then need to click on "open" next to each drive letter. A new window will appear on your computer, letting you see two lists of files that Free Media Converter has been able to convert for you. It is recommended that you try to select the "pasted" files as these will be the most recent and will be in the best quality format possible. When you have found the correct media file, simply press the ok button and then repeat this process for each selected media file.