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Old 10th April 2006, 15:56   #1
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Setting Up Your Own Media Center PC

You would have heard a lot of talk lately about the new Media Center PC craze. You would have seen the operating system Windows Media Center edition: a revamped version of XP with a new theme and some nifty little add-ons and the software such as Front Row (for the Macintosh) or many programs for the PC Platform such as MythTV. However you may not know what on earth these are or what all of this means. And if you want to give it a shot, what you need to get started. This article briefly goes over what all these are and my experience with setting up a Media Center PC.
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Old 10th April 2006, 18:49   #2
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Interesting especially as I'm in Sydney..
I think he could have got a lot more done if he'd spent time researching locally first. There are good tech forums around here
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