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Windows Vista Security: Praxisorientierte Sicherheit für Profis by Marcus Nasarek

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Fine-Tuning the Settings for Windows Media Center
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Configuring Automatic Download Options
Selecting Tasks Settings General Automatic Download Options allows you to
turn on or off the capability of Windows Media Center to connect to the Internet to
retrieve information as it pertains to your CDs, DVDs, and movies. If you do not
want Windows Media Center to connect to the Internet to retrieve this information,
you need to uncheck the box next to the “Retrieve CD album art...” checkbox (see
Figure 25-18). By default, Windows Media Center will automatically try to connect
to the Internet to retrieve this information, with the belief that it gives you a better
user experience within Windows Media Center. Once you have made your desired
selection, click or select the Save button to save these settings to your profile. You
can also set the download method for the Media Guide and other information to
“Download when connected” or “Manual download.” If you want to use manual
downloads, you must remember to access this screen periodically and then click
“Download now” to retrieve media information.
Figure 25-18. Setting download options

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