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98-349: MTA: Windows Operating System Fundamentals : Module 3: Understanding Native Applications, Tools, Mobility, and Remote Management and Assistance :
Using Windows Media Center
Windows Media Center is
included in Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and
Ultimate editions. All other versions of Windows 7 do not include the
WMC components. WMC is an outgrowth of Microsoft’s interest in
evolving the common PC into a multimedia entertainment center. Due to
specific hardware requirements, which include a TV tuner capture card
with built-in MPEG-2 video
encoding and decoding, a highend
graphics card with a minimum
of 64MB of video memory,
DVD recording, a fast processor,
and other goodies, WMC is usually
purchased as a preloaded
component on a new PC.
With the advent of the Windows Anywhere initiative, users without WMC-compatible hardware can purchase the hardware separately, install it, then upgrade the OS to an appropriate version of Windows 7 and enjoy WMC on their PC.
WMC adds the capability to do the following with a large TV-like interface using a remote control:
- Display and record TV shows
- Listen to cable, broadcast, and Internet FM radio
- Rip and play music CDs
- Play DVDs
- Manage and display your digital photographs
- Record DVDs
you can rip music CDs, play DVDs, and display your digital photographs
using Windows Media Player and Windows Photo Gallery
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