How to rip (copy) music from an Audio CD to a computer in Windows 10 (easy way)

This tutorial video will show you step by step how to easily and quickly rip (copy) music from a audio CD to your desktop computer or laptop in MP3 audio format using Windows Media Player in Windows 10.

When it’s finished you can easily copy the music songs to your USB flash drive, portable MP3 player or your smartphone.

You don’t need to install any extra third-party software for rippings CDs, because Windows Media Player has a great CD ripper feature built-in.

With Windows Media Player you can easily select a audio format, like MP3, select a audio quality, like 256 Kbps or 320 Kbps, and uncheck the songs you don’t want to rip and that’s all you need from a CD ripper, right?

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44 thoughts on “How to rip (copy) music from an Audio CD to a computer in Windows 10 (easy way)

  1. You can find this tutorial also here: and you can find more ways for ripping (copying) music from an Audio CD to your PC here:

  2. o boy i found some old cds collections in my house from my old brothers i tink it has all kinds of music some local bands an some i never heard of my phone is about to get some good shit put in it

  3. How can i Show up meni of rip on Media Player because after and brfore CD hoes inside Laptop IT Has no rip menu

  4. I hate these videos that don't have sound. The only thing worse is when they play music to disguise content.

  5. So well explained in good old plain simple terms I (who is not a PC expert), can understand and actually DO! THANKS!

  6. I cant find this version of windows media player anymore. The newer version doesnt have a rip button. Ive been ripping cds with windows media player for years and had to do a restore on my computer and now i cant find this version.

  7. Thanks to you and all the YouTube expects who take the time to put these things together and make life easier for those of us more technically challenged

  8. We're in 2019 with Windows 10 and Microsoft still hasn't been able to figured out how to make this simple task less complicated! Can't believe 3rd party freeware do a much better/easier job! Thumbs down for Micros**t !!!

  9. getting music in Mp3 is easy, you should rip your cds in FLAC or ALAC to get the full quality of what a CD is

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