Setting Up and Customizing Media Center 464
Mastering the Media Center Interface 469
Playing Music, Pictures, Videos, and Movies 476
Recording and Watching TV 482
Connecting and Using a Media Center Extender 490
When you picture a media center, you probably imagine it in the living room, hooked up to a widescreen high-definition TV and a surround-sound system. But the Media Center interface is also right at home in dorm rooms, hotel rooms, offices, bedrooms, and other relatively small places where a computer display is big enough to stand in for a TV and where you can use a remote control or a mouse to operate a jukebox filled with music, movies, slide shows, and videos.
Windows Media Center is included with all ...