Does a Windows-based operating system belong in an entertainment room? Thatâ€™s been a question since Microsoft introduced its Media Center Edition of Windows XP and inspired a host of media-centric PCs. These computers were designed not just for office tasks but also for watching TV, listening to music and doing other fun things we enjoy in our living space. Now, with the introduction of the companyâ€™s new Vista operating system, you may finally be able to determine whether your family room should have Windows of a different kind.
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