Subject: Systems | October 22, 2018 - 04:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: windows media center, htpc, hdhomerun, Connect Quatro
One of the casualties of Microsoft's new operating systems has been Windows Media Centre, an incredibly easy way to watch and record TV as well as stream your own media. What does one do with that old HTPC, once you have finally moved on from an old Windows version that supported WMC? This is the question that this Tech Report writer has answered in this article. With the help of some old hardware and a new HDHomeRun Connect Quatro can he create a similar solution to his dear departed Media Centre? How can the old .wtv files be saved? Find out by clicking that link.
"I figure I'm on the tail end of converts from ye olde Windows Media Center, but I know there are diehards still out there lamenting their loss or maybe still fighting to get Windows Media Center working on Windows 10 in a post-April Update world. To those of you good people, take a deep breath and listen to my tale. Maybe it will help you find peace."
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- Guru3D PC Buyers Guide Autumn 2018
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- Hands On & Initial Benchmarks With An Ampere eMAG 32-Core ARM Server @ Phoronix
- PC Specialist Nucleus AMD Threadripper 2990WX @ Kitguru