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Windows Media Center Removal in Windows 10 Angers Windows 7/8.1 Users
Windows 10 is the first modern Windows version that comes without Windows Media Center, with Microsoft deciding to abandon the project completely for this release and instead offer a DVD player in the store.
What's surprising, in a bad way, is that this free DVD player
does exactly what its name says, while Windows Media Center offered a lot more advanced capabilities, so it can barely be considered an alternative.
Fortunately, there are plenty of third-party Windows Media Center replacements
out there, so you might not feel any difference even if you upgrade to Windows 10.
But this decision to give up on Windows Media Center in Windows 10 has caused outrage among Windows 7 and 8.1 users, and many have decided to delay or even refuse the upgrade just because the add-on is no longer available.
“That's it, I won't upgrade to Windows 10”