I want to use Window 10's Media Streaming/DLNA feature for music, and it's sort of working but there's one deal breaking issue: It causes tracks to be displayed in alphabetical order instead of by track number when accessed via DLNA devices. On the streaming PC, the tracks appear correctly ordered in the media player library, it's just not displaying them that way over DLNA. I've tried multiple devices, and it makes no difference. I've also tried other DLNA server programs, and they display the tracks correctly so it's definitely something to do with Windows' DLNA implementation. There must be a solution to this, does anyone know it?