Windows Media Center gets laid to rest, won't appear in Windows 10

While development had stopped for Windows Media Center back in 2009, users were holding hope that it may make a comeback in Windows 10. Microsoft confirmed to ZDNet that Windows Media Center is indeed finished, and users who upgrade to Windows 10 will no longer see it. With Windows 8, Microsoft offered an add-in which brought the service to the users, and many hoped that we would see a last minute announcement with something similar for Windows 10.

While it shouldn't come as a huge surprise, some will still be disappointed by the news. Microsoft is doing some really amazing things with Windows 10, but Windows Media Center will not be one of them.

Source: ZDNet

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