Windows 8 doesn’t include Media Center, but you can install it as a separate download pack. And Microsoft is offering it for free until January 31st. More Reading:
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One of the cool things about Windows Media Center (WMC) is the ability to watch Live and Streaming channels. You can also record live Cable, Satellite and over the air TV shows — turning your PC into a Digital Video Recorder (DVR).
Why Microsoft decided to leave Windows Media Center out of Windows 8 baffles me. In fact, I think it’s a big “Fail” by the company. It is available as a separate download though. Here’s how to install it on Windows 8 Release Preview.
Recently Microsoft announced that Windows Media Center will not be included in Windows 8. Media Center will be a separate pack you’ll need to purchase and install. Why don’t they just leave it alone?
If you have an FM tuner included with your TV Tuner card in your Windows system, you can set up local FM radio in Windows 7 Media Center. If you’re a Windows Media Center enthusiast, or just starting out with it, here’s how to add it.