30-03-2012 10:53 PM
In the meantime I have manually 'unstarred' all 400+ songs one by one in my favourites listing and by doing this, the songs automatically dissappear from the library. That finally did the job.
Good luck with yours!
By the way, the service itself is groundbreaking, I never wish to by a cd again!
31-03-2012 11:49 PM
08-04-2012 10:26 AM
It is absolutely ridicules that it is so hard to delete a track. What is this greyed delete option business about ? I am paying for Spotify, and I cant even choose what's on my playlists...... Sorry to be negative but it's really amateuristic
10-04-2012 09:13 PM
The random extra songs or albums are most likely the sample music that came installed on your PC (and yes, they're usually crap). You can do one of 3 things to "delete" them from your Spotify Library.
1. In Spotify, go to Edit and then Preferences. Uncheck Windows Music Library and Windows Media Player as sources from which to display music.
2. If you want to use Win. Music Libraray and Win. Media Player as source folders for Spotify, move the unwanted tracks/albums to a different folder on your PC - move them out of the folder for Windows Music and/or Windows Media Player.
3. Delete the unwanted tracks/albums from the Sample Music folder under My Music on your PC.
You shouldn't need to uninstalling and reinstall Spotify then. Hope that helps!
10-04-2012 09:16 PM