Windows Media Player automatically organizes files in your library according to the media information that is available for the files. To ensure that your library is well-organized and that you can find items easily, it is important that your files contain complete and accurate media information. If this is not the case, you can add or edit the media information.
Once you have accurate media information in your files, you have a number of options for arranging files in the library to make them easier for you to find. You can choose between several different display views in the library, select the panes you want to appear, and choose the columns you want to display.
The library has five categories: Music, Pictures, Video, Recorded TV, and Other Media. Each category has several views, for example, you can view your music by genre or your pictures by the date you took them. A number of the views are displayed in the Navigation pane by default, and there are additional views that you can choose to display.
Click the Library tab.
In the Navigation pane, right-click Library, and then click Show More Views.
In the Navigation pane, click the view you want. For example, click Folder if you want to see where the items are stored on your computer.
Clear the check boxes for the columns you do not want to display.
To change the order in which the columns display, select a column name and then click Move Up or Move Down.
To resize a column, click the column and then type a width in Width of selected column (in pixels).
You can also resize columns on the Details pane of the Library tab by clicking next to the heading of the column and then moving the column boundary to the right or to the left.
By default, some columns are automatically hidden when you resize the Player, which leaves room for the most important columns to remain visible. If you want all columns to remain visible when you resize the Player, clear the Hide columns automatically check box.
If you want to restore your customized columns view displayed back to the default view, right-click any column header in the library, and then click Restore columns.