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Microsoft has not divulged the release dates of Windows 7 SP1 or IE9, but both are expected to appear in the first half of 2011. That six-month window covers Microsoft’s current plans for Windows 7 SP1, while many experts believe the …
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“That’s why I think the most important thing in Microsoft’s mind is that it make that three-year date from the release of Windows 7 (for Windows 8). Two data points, after all, is a trend, but one is just an event,” Cherry said.
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That’s because Western Digital recently signed an agreement to make its WD TV Live HD network media players compatible with Microsoft’s “Play To” feature, allowing you to push media right to your TV from a Windows Media Player 12-equipped PC. …
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WD TV Live HD gets 'Play To' functionality, full Windows 7 compliance
The compromise before us might just be a thing of the past as Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 Embedded has been released to manufactures and includes many of the great features of the regular Windows 7 family, like Windows Media Center. At this point there aren’t any announcements from manufactures leveraging these new found features, but in the press release Microsoft is certainly bolstering the broadcast TV and other media features in a set-top box.
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