If you would like to give Windows Media Center a makeover and make it more functional for your needs, this series is for you. This week I’ll cover various customization and enhancement topics for Windows Media Center. See a run down of the guides below.

Note: these guides are written for Windows Vista Media Center and Windows 7 Media Center unless otherwise noted. If you find any incompatibilities, please let me know.

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Windows Media Center Guides

Windows 7 Media Center Customization HandbookIf you want to customize the look of Windows 7 Media Center, use the Windows 7 Media Center Customization Handbook.

Note: These links will be updated as each guide is published.

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