There are several audio formats used today such as WMA, MP3, AAC, FLV, M4A, OGG, WAV, AVI, FLAC, AMR. But by default the Windows application Windows Media Player that comes with Windows PCs use WMA format. This audio player was designed to play audio and video files, but with the specific format (.WMA). And if you get an audio file .WMA you might have problems playing this in other players.
Thus, the only solution you have use conversion. The easiest and best way to convert WMA files so they can be played anywhere, is to use a conversion software.
Use third party apps
There are also sites like Freemake which can be useful to help you convert your audio in a breeze. Or you may just browse around the web and you will also find free apps that can convert different audio types
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