A few days ago, Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky published a FAQ concerning Windows Media Center and DVD playback in Windows 8.
According to Sinofsky, only buyers of Windows 8 Pro will be able to include Windows Media Center and its DVD playback software with their operating system.
If you upgrade to, and want to stick with, a “lesser” Windows 8 edition but still want DVD playback software, you must acquire it from a third-party software manufacturer. Check out the Lounge community’s thoughts on this turn of events and add your own opinions. More.
The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions that you may be able to provide responses to:
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