Tuesday, July 16, 2002

Forbes.com: Microsoft to release new multimedia edition Windows XP "Microsoft Corp. announced an addition to its flagship Windows XP series of operating systems on Tuesday, Windows XP Media Center, which aims to transform desktop computers into remote-controlled digital entertainment hubs. ... Windows XP Media Center, formerly code-named 'Freestyle', is targeted at "digital media enthusiasts, college dorm rooms and teen bedrooms," said Jodie Cadieux, marketing manager at Microsoft's eHome division, which aims to make PCs more than just a business and communication tool."

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