Now get Windows Media Center on your device using this simple technique

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It's Back folks! Windows Media Center in action on the Windows 10.
It's Back folks! Windows Media Center in action on the Windows 10.

Windows Media Center is an entertainment suite that has been available in all the previous Windows versions since the launch of Windows XP. While it was no longer a free feature and required a separate purchase in Windows 8.

 Although fans of the Media Center app continue to regret the loss of functionality, Microsoft has offered a free DVD player as a consolation for these die-hard fans. However, many Windows 10 users were still upset about the fact that the Windows Media Center (WMC) was completely discontinued in the latest OS. Nevertheless, you no longer have to compromise on this feature.

As it turns out that Windows Media Center can run on Windows 10 after all. Some users on the MDL forums have apparently patched Windows Media Center to run on Microsoft’s latest operating system.
Windows Media Center
Installing WMC on your PC

Following are the steps that will let you have the media software back on your PC, as shared by Windows Blog Italia.
  1. Download from this link.
  2. Extract the contents of the zip file.
  3. Inside this folder, locate the _TestRights.cmd file. Right-click on it and choose Run as administrator from the context menu.
  4. You will now see a command prompt on your PC. When you see this, reboot your PC.
  5. Now, right-click on the file and run it as an admin too.
  6. When the installer is done, you will see a message on the screen “Press any key to exit.”
  7. You are done!
Note: As this is not the official
 version and the download is from a third-party website, it is recommended to wait for the official announcement.

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