In addition to that, you are always welcome to post your queries on Microsoft Community forum. The only problem here is that Windows Media Player is not supporting the pls file format.
By default, Windows Media Player and i Tunes, don t store. I am sorry to inform you that Microsoft Windows 7 and its software does not automatically detect PLS format and cannot run it. PLS file format cannot work on windows media player. There is no by design incompatibility; a first-year programming student could add the format to WMP s playlist handler in a day.All pls files in Windows are from that moment on opened with Open PLS in WMP.The program extracts the stream information from the files and sends the information to Windows Media Player where the stream is then played like other music.Sorry, the solution provided by Pual G_ does not work with my Win8 Media Player Any other solutions.Thanks, Tom 1 person found this helpful Briago Moore replied on This worked for me, but a small modification to the code for the bat file so you are not left with a dos box open after launching WMP: ------ for /f usebackq tokens 1,2 delims a in 1 do if /i a File1 start C: Program Files x86 Windows Media Player b sleep 2 Inserting start allows for the dos window to close.