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Creating a Digital Home Entertainment System with Windows Media Center by Michael Miller

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Chapter 16. Finding and Using Other Media Center Applications

In the previous chapter we examined various ways to extend your Media Center experience using the various services offered as part of Media Center’s Online Spotlight. These aren’t the only ways to extend Media Center’s functionality, however. Dozens of software developers have developed a number of add-on programs that let you perform all manner of interesting tasks, right from the Media Center interface.

Some of these programs come from small software developers. Some come from large developers. Some come from Microsoft. Some come from individuals working in their spare time.

Some of these Media Center add-ons are free. Some have a free trial period, but then require payment. Some ...

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