the audio files just drag and drop them from the finder into the TrayPlayer's Icon. The following audio formats are supported: mp3, m4a, acc, bwf, wav, au, aiff, m4r, caf and sd2. (Quick operation for Play/Pause: TrayIconMouseClick+ControlKey): What's New in this Version: 1. New audio
The standard media player that ships with Windows does a good job. It's free and it supports a range of media formats. However, as with virtually any free software, it has a downside. Its developers have concentrated on how to make some profit by selling media and not how to get you buying the player
your Windows tray. You don't even have to open the main program window to control the player.
It's lightning fast and has a low impact on system resources