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Microsoft grudgingly offered an extra-cost Windows Media Center Pack add-on for Windows 8, which installed the required codecs and Media Center features to that version, but it was a straight port that included no new functionality.It was introduced with a post that pointedly declared that Media Center was not part of "the future of entertainment." And with the rise of the "cord-cutting" movement, with consumers increasingly turning to streaming services and ditching cable subscriptions, it's hard to fault the economics of Microsoft's decision.Media Center debuted in 2002 as part of a special edition of Windows XP, offering support for PC-based TV tuners and a "10-foot interface" for controlling media playback, including DVDs and music, with a remote control.Over successive versions, Media Center was upgraded significantly, to include support for high-definition TV, Cable Card-based tuners, and an SDK that enabled apps from third-party sources like Netflix as well as support for playback of Blu-ray discs.

If you go to the Zap2It TV Listings website*, there are approx 2 weeks of upcoming TV Listings.The WMC Guide Update seems to run just fine, it's connecting with the site or source or whatever/wherever it gets the Guide from...but it say, "The Eps Listing Is Already Up To Date", even though, clearly, it is NOT 'up-to-date'.There's also a new live-TV option for the Xbox One, using a Hauppauge tuner to deliver over-the-air programming via the Xbox.Ti Vo's hardware, of course, is still a viable option, delivering external DVR capabilities with Cable Card support, albeit with a monthly fee that will pain anyone accustomed to the free Media Center listings.He added, in two follow-up tweets, "If you have WMC now, we'll have a DVD option for you in an update later this year...

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