NitroFlare Windows 10 Media Center Build.6.3.9600.16384 (x86/x64)

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    Windows 10 Media Center Build 6.3.9600.16384 (x86/x64) | 114 MB

    Windows Media Center (WMC) was a digital video recorder and media player created by Microsoft. Media Center was first introduced to Windows in 2002 on a dedicated edition of Windows XP (Windows XP Media Center Edition). It was available on Home Premium and Ultimate editions of Windows Vista, as well as all versions of Windows 7 except Starter and Home Basic. It was available on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 as a paid add-on.

    Media Center can play slideshows, videos and music from local hard drives, optical drives and network locations. Users can stream television programs and films through selected services such as Netflix. Content can be played back on computer monitors or on television sets through the use of devices called Windows Media Center Extenders. It is also possible to watch and pause live TV. Up to six TV tuners on a tuner card are supported simultaneously. Both standard- and high-definition unencrypted video are supported through DVB-T and ATSC standards. It is possible to view encrypted private network television stations that are not broadcast over the air with internal and external tuner options that support the insertion of a CableCard provided by the cable TV company.

    Shortly after Windows 7's 2009 release, Microsoft disbanded the Media Center development team to work on other projects, thus abandoning any further software developments. As such, the Media Center interface remained unchanged for Windows 8/8.1 users. In May 2015, Microsoft announced that Windows Media Center would be discontinued on Windows 10, and that it would be uninstalled when upgrading; but stated that those upgrading from a version of Windows that included the Media Center application would receive the paid Windows DVD Player app to maintain DVD playback functionality, the main purpose for Media Center's use.

    Get it
    Your entertainment hub may be ready to go. See if Windows Media Center is on your PC.

    Set it up
    Ready to watch? Learn what you need to get the most from Windows Media Center.

    Get started
    Entertainment starts here: Record TV shows, copy CDs, and create photo slide shows.

    Get help
    Browse our Frequently Asked Questions, learn about extenders, and solve problems.



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