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Has anyone heard about Windows 10 Media Center?

 

I was pretty disappointed in 8 / 8.1 that there weren't really any changes from Windows Vista/Windows 7.

 

I don't have high hopes for Windows 10 changing that, but wanted to know if there have been any rumors.


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Microsoft has released its newest operating system Windows 10 Technical Preview. Hearing that Macgo Windows Blu-ray Player is fully compatible with Windows 10. So you can choose this media player.

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Tina, I am not asking about the media player, my question is about media center. It's very cool that the media player supports blu-ray however.


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Sorry for I am on the wrong way. 


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No worries. It's great info about media player though. Thanks for sharing that.


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Thank you again, I was thinking Windows Media Center is the same thing as Windows Media Player. Then I searched the Google, they are not the same ones.


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Windows Media Center has been discontinued, and will not be available for Windows 10.

 

Windows 7 had media center built into certain versions, WIndows 8 made it available as an add-on, but announced it as EOL (end-of-life). Windows 10 marks the end of an era. 


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Interesting... Well I will run 8 for a few years, then find a linux replacement for it.


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