Microsoft quest for new Windows Media Center testers

Microsoft is in the midst of a quest for new testers for some kind of new Windows Media Center product, which may or may not be connected to “Fiji,” the next version of Windows Media Center Edition (MCE).Late last week, Microsoft posted to its Connect private beta-tester site a “Windows Media Center Tester Application” survey, […]

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Microsoft is in the midst of a quest for new testers for some kind of new Windows Media Center product, which may or may not be connected to “Fiji,” the next version of Windows Media Center Edition (MCE).

Late last week, Microsoft posted to its Connect private beta-tester site a “Windows Media Center Tester Application” survey, sources said. Microsoft is seeking a pool of testers for some new client-based product and is closing the tester application process this Friday, February 1, sources said.

One tester said he believes the survey is for Fiji, known these days as “MCE+1.” Microsoft officials would not confirm whether the survey is aimed at lining up Fiji testers. All they’d say (via a statement from a corporate spokeswoman, was[...]

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Microsoft, Windows Media Center, Windows, Medi, Center, WMC, Testers, Fiji, MCE+1

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