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Microsoft’s Digital Rights Update Tool spotted in the Windows Store

Digital Rights Update Tool

A fresh new application has been spotted in the Windows Store for Windows 10 PCs, named Digital Rights Update Tool.

As per the store description, the application can be used to remove the copy protection from the CDs ripped using the classic Windows media player.

The Digital Rights Update Tool removes the copy protection you added when ripping CDs to the .wma format from within Windows Media Player. Other forms of copy protection cannot be removed

If you have used Windows Media player in the past, you would be somewhat familiar with the ripping CDs to extract content from digital audio discs and save it either as .wav or .mp3 format. It was a kind of fun process back in the day and the best part being that no problem was caused to original disc or content on ripping.

You can check out the app in the Windows Store using the link below.

Via

Digital Rights Update Tool
Digital Rights Update Tool
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free
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