Windows Home Server and Windows Media Center

Whilst Windows Home Server is a new Microsoft product for home users, One of the most glaring features missing from a product that promotes itself as a central repository of digital data is the ability to easily serve all the home entertainment devices in the home, that feature is Windows Media Center. It has been […]

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Whilst Windows Home Server is a new Microsoft product for home users, One of the most glaring features missing from a product that promotes itself as a central repository of digital data is the ability to easily serve all the home entertainment devices in the home, that feature is Windows Media Center. It has been around for a few years, it is a relatively mature product, and there are users all over the world who have built Home Theater PC’s with (and some without) Media Center to: Watch TV; Record TV; Play DVDs; Play VCDs; Play MP3s; Play CDs; View pictures; And more

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