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Unleashing Microsoft by Mark Edward Soper

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Appendix B. Moving from Windows XP Media Center Editions to Windows Vista Media Center

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So, What’s New In Windows Media Center for Vista?

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Can Your XP MCE System Run Vista?

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Everybody Can Upgrade, but not Everybody Should Perform an Upgrade Installation

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If you’re currently using Windows XP Home Edition or Professional, moving to Windows Vista Home Premium or Ultimate editions brings you into a whole new world of digital media excitement. However, if your current system is running Windows XP Media Center Edition, the move to Windows Vista Home Premium or Ultimate (both of which include Vista’s version of Windows Media Center [WMC]) ...

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