If you’ve spent any time at all on a Windows machine you’ve probably come into contact with some wma files, or even ripped a cd or two using the windows media player into the wma format.  If you’ve made the switch and need to convert these files into mp3’s so that you can use iTunes or get that music onto your iPod you’ll need a third party application.  Switch Audio Convertor foots the bill.  You get the ability to queue up a bunch of files and even set the export settings to your liking.  Give it a look.

I can finally get those old archived audio disks out of storage and put them to use final.  Hey, I haven’t always used a Mac, please forgive me for my past sins.  Geesh, tough crowd!