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Avail the best entertainment services with Windows 7 Media Center in. Â Microsoft has passed on the baton of support for Switched Digital Video (SDV) to WMC at the CEDIA EXPO 2009. It is available for all three versions of the new operating system.
It can now allow 'end' users to tune to SDV channels. This is an initiative, as claimed by Microsoft, based on consumer feedbacks. A cable provider will give the users a tuning adapter to watch SDV channels.
The CableCard will be used to add digital cable tuners to PCs for users. And this can be done in a simplified way. The scanning machine for this tool will be provided by a Redmond based company. This card will support the cable tuners and make them available to be used and distributed in the market. But the tool has to be verified first by Microsoft before it can be put to use. It will be scanned as well. The best steal of this technology and software is that, a customer can now watch or record not less than four digital cable channels with the Windows 7 and the Windows Media Center. This is a big boon for digital cable customers who would want to bring in TV programming to the PC.
It also has a copy freely (CF) capability in order to provide a high degree of portability. This will enable the digital card tuner, along with its CableCARD customers, the opportunity to enjoy the CF marked recordings digitally on other computers or devices that have been devised than on the ones on which they have been recorded. All these innovations will further boost the performance of the Windows Media Center and help in delivering a rich experience to customers worldwide.
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