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  • Blog Post: CES brings wave of connected media devices thanks to Windows Media Center in Windows Embedded 7

    Most consumers may not know what Windows Embedded is, although many of you have interacted with it somewhere along the line. Windows Embedded is a componentized version of the OS that we offer to manufacturers who can then optimize it for use in specialized devices. It runs everything from automotive...
  • Blog Post: Using Play To with a DLNA Certified TV

    I read an interesting thread over on Microsoft Answers recently in which the poster had purchased a "connected” TV with a DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) logo on it. He reported that he had no troubles navigating from his TV to the shared media libraries on his Windows 7 PC and playing the...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to the Extreme Windows Blog

    Today we are launching a new blog called Extreme Windows . As you know (or don’t know) The Windows Blog is a network or family of blogs that together tell the company’s Windows story across different audiences spanning Windows, Windows Live, Internet Explorer and Windows Phone. Each individual blog has...
  • Blog Post: Windows Enthusiast Meet-up in Houston on November 30th

    I am posting this on behalf of Wendy Stidmon, a Program Manager on the Windows PC Ecosystem Team. Wendy does enthusiast engagement – which means her job is to interact with folks like you. She and I thought we’d pass along some information for an event happening in Houston you may want to check out…...
  • Blog Post: All about plug-ins for Windows Media Center

    One of the great benefits of the community of enthusiasts that has grown around Windows Media Center is the number of plug-ins developed to enhance the experience in WMC. Plug-ins (also called addins , and lately even apps ) bring new information and features to the Windows Media Center environment....