Edit Music Tags Quicky In Windows Explorer With AudioShell Add-on

These days, our hard disks contain several GB’s of music files. This means ton’s of audio file stored in computer, by default most of the music files miss meta information. If you leave them, they will appear in audio players with missing album covers, song name, artist name and more. Improper music library takes lot of time to manage, Free AudioShell is here to easily add meta data to your music collection.

AudioShell In Context Menu

AudioShell is a very popular music tag adding tool for Windows, the best part is it works with Windows explorer. It comes as two options, first displays the tags of a music file in Windows Explorer’s preview pane, the second offers quick access to a tag editor that you can use to add, remove or edit tags. The program supports almost all audio formats like MP3, Apple iTunes aac (m4a, m4p, m4r and m4b), Windows Media, ogg, FLAC, wav and much more.

AudioShell Tag Editor UI

AudioShell is an excellent music tag editing tool for Windows, which smoothly integrates with Windows Explorer, via the right-click drop-down menu. It can both display the tags of a music file in Windows Explorer’s preview pane, and give quick access to a tag editor for adding, removing or editing tags, by right-clicking on audio files. The tag editor panel is easy to use, presenting five tabs for adding data or re-naming files using variables. Unfortunately, in Windows 8.1, the preview pane is missing from Windows Explorer, but the tag editor works like a charm. AudioShell supports practically all audio formats — WAV, FLAC, AAC (M4A, M4P, M4R and M4B), WMA, MP3, OGG, WV and others.
In summary, AudioShell is an essential program for music listeners who want their sonic library to be well-organized, informative and easily accessible.

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Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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