SOLVED: How To Connect an Xbox One to A Windows 10 PC For Videos and Music Streaming

If you have an Xbox One you may be wondering how to connect it to your Windows 10 PC so you can stream Videos, Music and Pictures.  The process is unnecessarily complex but not very hard: On your Windows 10 PC, click START button and type HOMEGROUP Click the HOMEGROUP Click ALLOW ALL DEVICES ON THIS NETWORK SUCH AS TV’S AND GAME CONSOLES TO PLAY MY SHARED CONTENT Find your XBOX ONE in the list and select…

SOLVED: Where Is Windows 10 Media Center

UPDATE JULY 29 2015: To make this change more slightly palatable to loyal Media Center users, Microsoft is making WINDOWS DVD PLAYER available for free to any Windows 7 or 8 PC running Media Center, that is upgraded to Windows 10.  To get the Player, you will need to upgrade, then run Windows Update, then visit the Store.  See THIS store for more details. ___________________ The short answer is that there will not be a…

SOLVED: Can Media Center be added to Windows 8 Enterprise?

No… how is that for direct!  I have confirmed with Microsoft Partner Support that Media Center will ONLY be available for Windows 8 Professional via the MEDIA CENTER ADD ON PACK to be released in October 2012. I have joined the many and asked Microsoft to change this as there are several very good uses for MEDIA CENTER in the Enterprise.  Microsoft’s response was: “…I fully understand the inconvenience this issue may have caused and I…

Windows 8 Versions: Just Two… or three… or four depending on how you count

Microsoft announced that Windows 8 will ship this year and will come in two common forms at retail and OEM outlets: Windows 8 Windows 8 Pro Microsofts Brandon LeBlanc explains the difference: Windows 8 Pro is designed to help tech enthusiasts and business/technical professionals obtain a broader set of Windows 8 technologies. It includes all the features in Windows 8 plus features for encryption, virtualization, PC management and domain connectivity. Windows Media Center will be…

Windows 8 Consumer Preview Was a Big Disappointment

I am a Windows guy and like (apparently) everyone else I am very impressed with the slick and smooth new Windows 8 tiled interface but I sure am disappointed in many other facits:        No Start Button = No Corporate Sales.  I am an authorized reseller and I used the Win8 CP yesterday for 6 hours.  While it looks pretty for consumers, there is no way this is going to fly in companies in…