Microsoft's Media Center edition of Windows XP -- a special layer of software designed to let people enjoy their digital photos, music and videos from across the room -- has to rank as one of the company's bigger disappointments in a while. All the money Microsoft has thrown into promoting Media Center has yet to lend it any momentum in the market.
And yet it's a fascinating project to watch -- both because it might mark the birth of a much different form of personal computing, and because Microsoft often does get a product right after a few tries.
The full report about Windows Media Center can be read here
Microsoft Windows Media Center still falling short?
Posted on Sunday, Dec 12 2004 @ 15:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck