If you’re a Windows Media Center user, you’re probably aware that Windows 10 doesn’t include Windows Media Center. Microsoft even released a DVD player for Windows 10 to replace Windows Media Center, and that’s available for a hefty $15. That said, if you want to get Windows Media Center in Windows 10, you can easily get it. Here’s how to:
- Download the Windows Media Center files from here.
- Unzip the downloaded folder, and find the _TestRights.cmd file.
- Right click on the _TestRights.cmd file and Run as administrator — after that, wait for CMD do its thing.
- Once that’s done and the CMD is empty, restart your device.
- After that, find the Installer.cmd file and Run as administrator.
- Once you see the Press any key to exit message, just close the CMD.
- And you should now have Media Center installed on your Windows 10 PC!
If you’re a Media Center user, will you be installing Media Center on your Windows 10 device? Discuss in the comment section below.