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Windows 7 Inside Out by Carl Siechert Ed Bott and Craig Stinson

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Chapter 14. Using Windows Media Center

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 ...

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