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# 171939 6-May-2015 12:32
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I read that windows media centre will not be included in Windows 10

http://www.extremetech.com/computing/204903-microsoft-kills-off-windows-media-center-for-windows-10


What does this mean if you use xbox 360 as a media extender to stream media files to your tv.
Will you have to use a work around or use other devices such as smart TV?

FYI - I also have Xbox One


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  # 1298990 6-May-2015 12:35
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can't you just use a dlna server on your PC?

My flatmate just installed plex (or any other server like that) and it shows up on his xbox one.



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  # 1299082 6-May-2015 13:51
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yes I could with PC  and I could use our inbuilt smart Tv function but my family is used to the xbox VCR remote and like the way it displays on screen

 
 
 
 


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  # 1301304 9-May-2015 22:44
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D1023319: yes I could with PC  and I could use our inbuilt smart Tv function but my family is used to the xbox VCR remote and like the way it displays on screen


plex is great, they will get used to it :P

you can also watch your plex server from anywhere else on the internet provided you have a decent upload speed!





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  # 1301357 10-May-2015 08:46
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Xbox One can also stream files to your TV via your PC using the built in media player app or you can use the Plex app on Xbox One




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