Windows users can use Wave MP3 Editor to edit and manage their music collections from their computer. The only thing they need is a personal computer with a stereo or computer player with a digital audio cable. Simply copy your music files onto the computer's hard drive using your favorite music saving software, and then install the Wave MP3 editor on your computer. Now you're ready to start making your own personal music playlists.
Before you get started, you'll need to install the latest updates (version 9.0.0. Freemium) for your operating system. Then, open your chosen audio editing program, and click "PDFF". You will see a window with two panes of the software, a Wave List that displays your current song selection, and a Code-it icon that create a playlist.
If you're not sure which program you should use to edit your music, the best one to go for is the Windows version of the Wave MP3 Editor. This is the same editor that Microsoft provides its customers who use freeware apps. The Windows version is the most recent and offers all the functionality that the freeware app does, plus it is cross-platform compatible.