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A new rumor claims that Microsoft will add some kind of TV DVR features to its Xbox One console, possibly by the end of 2015. The news comes in the wake of Microsoft confirming that it will not provide the Windows Media Center features in Windows 10.
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Upgrading to Microsoft's new operating system will strip away Media Center functionality.
Few days back, Microsoft confirmed that Windows Media Center will not be part of Windows 10. Gabe Aul today provided some info on why it was not included. The main reason he cited was decreased usage. However, Microsoft is aware of the fact that many people used Windows Media Center to play DVD and Microsoft […]
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Microsoft's Windows Media Center will not be part of Windows 10.
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We can confirm that due to decreased usage, Windows Media Center will not be part of Windows 10.
Microsoft will include an that will allow Windows 10 to play DVD movie discs at some point in the future. This news comes a few days after the company confirmed that it would not support Windows Media Center in Windows 10.
It's been a long time since we heard any news from Microsoft regarding Windows Media Center, and now it seems the company is driving the final nail into the coffin.
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Microsoft has revealed bunch of great news at BUILD 2015. However, there’s one thing that Microsoft didn’t talk about at BUILD. According to ZDNet’s Ed Bott, Windows 10 will not come with Windows Media Center. A Microsoft executive reportedly confirmed that Windows Media Center is dying and Microsoft isn’t updating the program anymore. That means […]
It’s curtains for the software that was once going to be the center of your living room media.
While development had stopped for Windows Media Center back in 2009, users were holding hope that it may make a comeback in Windows 10. Microsoft confirmed to ZDNet that Windows Media Center is indeed finished, and users who upgrade to Windows 10 will no longer see it.