February 2010 Windows Media Center Cumulative Update for Windows 7

I know Da1ek already posted on this topic but I thought I would comment on it to, Microsoft have released a cumulative update the Windows 7 version of Windows Media…

Windows Media Center Cumulative Update for Windows 7

Microsoft released on Feb 23rd, Revision 1.0 of their Cumulative Update for Windows Media Center for Windows 7 (x86/x64). As is usual with these patches, it rolls up a number…

Mediabrowser 2.2.2.0 (ThunderBlade) Released.

Last night MediaBrowser 2.2.2.0 quietly slipped out a few days earlier that most of us where expecting and includes a long list of fixes and enhancements. Thunderblade provides support all of…

EngadgetHD speculate on the future of Extenders

Ben Drawbaugh on EngadgetHD has an interesting take the future of Extenders for Windows Media Center.  Ben thinks that Extenders may not be dead and even speculates that a new…

Give your LCD TV a cheap audio boost

I spend so much time ensuring I get a great picture on my Sony LCD that I always forget about audio and to be honest, I am just not that…

2010: The Year AACS and HDMI Kill Off Component Video

Clint DeBoer over at AudioHolics as written an excellent piece on the AACS analogue sunset rules that come into effect on Dec 31, 2010. The rules effectively say that no…

Video: First look at Avermedia’s AverTV Volar USB Video Capture

I have been a big fan of Avermedia”s USB tuners and I has keen to try out there latest hybrid tuner that includes video capturing. The device is a USB…

First look at Avermedia’s AverTV Volar USB Video Capture

I have been a big fan of Avermedia”s USB tuners and I has keen to try out there latest hybrid tuner that includes video capturing. The device is a USB…

XBMC Integration Integrates XBMC with Windows 7 Media Center

Hot on the heals of Boxee integration comes an XBMC addin for Windows Media Center. This was created by the same developer as the Boxee addin and works exactly the…

The Media Center Show No.244 – 40TB Home Server

This week joining me is Dale Kirkwood a Windows Media Center and Windows Home Server enthusiast, we will be talking about his massive 40TB Windows Home Server and how he…