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Timeline Of Microsoft Windows - Desktop/Server
... For SP1 Asteroid 14 September 2000 Windows ME Millennium 25 October 2001 Windows XP Whistler 31 October 2002 Windows XP Media Center Edition Freestyle 24 April 2003 Windows Server 2003 Whistler Server 30 ...
Windows Media Center Extender - Version 2 Extenders
... When connecting an Xbox 360 to a Windows XP Media Center Edition PC, a free download is required to connect for the first time ... Microsoft eventually announced the v2 Media Center Extenders from partners (Linksys, D-Link and Niveus Media) on 5 September 2007 ... Vista to handle newer video formats, notably, DivX, Xvid, Windows Media Video HD and H.264 ...
List Of Microsoft Windows Versions - Past Versions
6 Classic for PDA without GSM Windows Mobile 6 for PDA with GSM Windows XP for desktops and laptops (notebooks) Windows XP Starter Edition, for new computer users in developing ... There are four versions Windows XP Media Center Edition Windows XP Media Center Edition 2003 Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 Windows XP Media Center Edition ... Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, for tablet PCs 2000 February 17 - Windows 2000 (Version number NT 5.0.2195) Windows 2000 Professional Windows 2000 Server Windows 2000 Advanced Server Windows 2000 ...

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