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    Andrei
    Is there a way to use the new Windows 10 audio player called "Groove" instead of "Windows Media" for the OCD default audio player?

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    You can change the media player by going to View -> Preferences -> Media (click on right arrow next to the tabs in Preferences to get to Media). I do not know what you need to put in the command line to use Groove because I don't know the location of the Groove application in Windows 10, but you should be able to find that out. Here is the command line I use when I want to have iTunes as the default:

    "C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunes.exe" "%1"

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    Andrei
    Is there a way to use the new Windows 10 audio player called "Groove" instead of "Windows Media" for the OCD default audio player?

    Thanks
    Ron

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    Thanks Jazz_North, but the problem is I can't find the Groove.exe location within Win10.

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    Yeah, I thought that might be a problem. And I don't have Windows 10 so I would be no help. However, it may may not be groove.exe. Groove.exe is an application file name that is part of the Groove Virtual Office setup that runs on windows. I assume you have tried right clicking on the Groove program name in the start menu and choosing properties, but maybe that doesn't work in Windows 10.

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    Thanks Jazz_North, but the problem is I can't find the Groove.exe location within Win10.

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    Since Groove is just an update of Xbox Music which is an update of zune, you might try finding one of those application names.

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