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Sunday, October 17, 2021

How to use Mp3tag | Beginners Guide 2021


About Mp3tag

Mp3tag is a tool to organize and edit metadata of Audio Files. Mp3tag also supports bulk tag editing of many audio formats like AAC, Mkv, MP4, WMA, WAV, and many other formats. To download Mp3tag, click here and then click on the download button, and then click the download link to download it.


After downloading, go to the downloads folder and double-click on the setup file to start the installation, and then open MP3tag.

How to change color mode in Mp3tag?

To change the color mode in Mp3tag, go-to tools. 

Next, click on Options

Next, select Appearance and then use the drop-down to select your preferred color mode and then click OK, and then click Yes to make the changes.


How to add and delete directories?

To add directories, go to file and then click on Add directories and then choose the main folder that contains your songs.

Make sure you check the subdirectories options so that all the songs inside the subfolders are also selected and then click on the Select Folder.

To delete a directory, select the directory which you want to delete and then press Shift-Delete.


How to customize input fields and song viewers section?

To customize the input fields, right-click near the top input field and select the options that you want to enable or disable.


To customize the Song viewer section, right-click on the header and select the options that you want to enable or disable.


How to play songs in Mp3tag?

To play a song, right-click on the song and click play or you can also double click on it.

How to add tags to an audio file?

To edit or to add a tag, select an audio file and enter all the details in the input section

Next, go to the File option and click Save Tag



How to add tags to multiple audio files at once in Mp3tag?

To edit or add tags in bulk, select all the audio files that you want to edit or add tags to and enter all the common details, and then go to File and click Save Tag.

How to rename filename?

To edit the file name, right-click on the song and then click on rename and enter the file name and then go to File and click Save Tag.

How to add cover art in Mp3tag

To add cover art, go to tools and then go to options and then click on directories and then select the folder that contains your cover art and then click on OK.




Next, select the songs and right-click on the cover art input field and click on Add cover and then select your image.


After adding the image, go to the File tab and click on save the tag.

How to add tags from an online source

To add tags from an online source, select the song and go to Tag Source and select Music Brainz 


Next, enter the song name or artist name and then click Next.

Now in the search window, select the correct song and click Next

Next, verify your selection and click OK

Next, go to the File tab and click on the Save tag

How to create a Playlist in Mp3tag?

To create a Playlist, select the songs and go to file, and click on Playlist selected and then enter the name and then click OK to save your playlist


How to remove the tag from an audio file?

To remove the tag, select the audio file and then go to File and click on Remove Tag and then click on Save Tag

How to export metadata of audio files?

To export the metadata, select the files and go to file and click on Export and then select the format you want and then click OK.


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Thursday, October 7, 2021

How to enable TPM 2.0 for installing Windows 11


To enable TPM 2.0 for installing Windows 11 for an AMD Processor and ASUS ROG Motherboard. First, restart your computer and enter your BIOS setting. If you are using an ASUS motherboard, press the F2 or Delete key to enter the BIOS.

To enable TPM 2.0, go to the Advanced Mode and click on AMD fTPM configuration.

Next, go to Selects TPM device and enable discrete TPM if you have installed a physical TPM device on your motherboard, if not enable Firmware TPM

Next, go back and then go to the Trusted Computing tab which is under Advanced Mode and scroll down until you find the option TPM 2.0 UEFI spec version.

After finding the TPM 2.0 UEFI spec version select the option TCG_2 and then save the changes and exit the BIOS.

                Also Read: How to enable Windows UEFI Secure Boot for installing Windows 11

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How to enable Windows UEFI Secure Boot for Installing Windows 11


To enable UEFI secure boot for installing Windows 11 for an AMD Processor and ASUS ROG Motherboard.

First, you need to restart your computer and enter your BIOS setting. If you are using an ASUS motherboard, press the F2 or Delete key to enter the BIOS.

In the BIOS go to the BOOT window and click on Secure Boot 

Next, go to OS type and select Windows UEFI mode to enable Secure Boot

After enabling save and exit the BIOS to apply the changes

                Also Read: How to enable TPM 2.0 for Windows Installation

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How to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11


To upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 you need the following requirements

  • You need to have a valid Windows 10 license
  • Windows should be updated to the latest version (version 2004 or later)
  • You need a 64-bit processor capable of running at 1Ghz or faster with 2 or more cores or a System on chip (SoC)
  • You need to have 4Gb or more RAM
  • You need storage of more than 64Gb
  • You need firmware capable of running Secure Boot
  • You need to have installed discrete TPM or Enabled Firmware TPM in your BIOS
  • You need a Graphic card capable of running DirectX 12
  • You need a display with more than 720p resolution
  • And you also need Internet connectivity while installing.

You can also use Microsoft's PC Health Check app to check if your PC meets the Windows 11 system requirements

To check system requirements using the PC Health Check app download and install the app.

After installing, open the software and click on Check Now, to check if your PC is suitable for an upgrade

If you meet all the requirements, download the Windows 11 Installation Assistant 

Now click on Open File and accept the UAC warning

Next, click on Accept and Install button to accept the terms and conditions and to start Windows 11 installation. Installation may take a while to install (about 20 minutes).

Once the installation is complete, you need to restart your PC to complete the remaining installation process.

                Also Read: How to enable TPM 2.0 for installing Windows 11

Note: Make sure you're connected to a backup power while installing

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