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Windows Media Center exists in three different versions of Windows:
 
Windows Media Center exists in three different versions of Windows:
  
    Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
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    Windows Vista (Home Premium and Ultimate)
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:Windows Vista (Home Premium and Ultimate)
    Windows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate)  
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:Windows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate)  
  
 
For the purposes of the Wiki, we will mostly focus on Windows 7 Media Center and not at all on XP Media Center. Many things that work in Windows 7 will work in Vista, but some do not. If you have specific questions about Windows Media Center, please visit the forums.
 
For the purposes of the Wiki, we will mostly focus on Windows 7 Media Center and not at all on XP Media Center. Many things that work in Windows 7 will work in Vista, but some do not. If you have specific questions about Windows Media Center, please visit the forums.

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Windows Media Center exists in three different versions of Windows:

Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
Windows Vista (Home Premium and Ultimate)
Windows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate)

For the purposes of the Wiki, we will mostly focus on Windows 7 Media Center and not at all on XP Media Center. Many things that work in Windows 7 will work in Vista, but some do not. If you have specific questions about Windows Media Center, please visit the forums.


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