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Media Center updated as Vista nears consumer release

Posted on Tuesday, January 23 2007 @ 08:21:31 CET by

Krunker published a new article- this one's about the recent changes to Windows Media Center under Windows Vista.

" When the final version of Windows Vista was released to businesses last year, the Windows Media Center application was missing several third party applications which were commonly found under Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. Favorites like MTV’s Overdrive and VH1’s VSpot were nowhere to be found during the initial launch.. Now as we head towards the consumer launch of Windows Vista, these components and applications are finally falling into place - literally appearing overnight like magic! Many early Vista adopters have noticed how new menu items and applications have literally appeared out of nowhere - with no trace of this showing up within Windows Update either. (Makes us think that much of this content was actually disabled until a set point in time)."



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