A new version of Media Browser was released. It has many new features along with bug fixes. Media Browser is a Windows Media Center plug-in that provides artwork and information about your digital media. It organizes it in a user friendly way. It also work with My Movies. Some of the new things below. – […]
In The Movies 2.0 is a cool plug-in for Windows Media Center. It gives you movie info and times in your area. It fits into Windows Media Center and works with extenders The one big thing it’s missing is trailers for the movies. For $5.99 it needs to include that. The video above will give […]
Lifehacker has a nice top 10 lists of Windows Media Center plug-ins. The commercial skip is probably the must have for your recorded TV. It’s been around for awhile and is still very popular. The list is good and if you use Windows Media Center you need to try them out.
There are certain things that Boxee brings to the table that Windows Media Center doesn’t and also the other way around. Boxee Windows Media Center Integration mixes the two so you don’t have to decide which one you want to use. The nice thing about integrating Boxee into Windows Media Center is that you can […]
Windows Home Server plug-in health has been updated with some new additions and bug fixes. This plug-in allows you to view health status for your Windows Home Server from mobile devices. Devices like iPhone, iPod Touch, Android and Palm Pre. It reads it’s data from the health.xml file. This is a great program to easily […]
CloudBerry Backup allows you to create online storage of your Windows Home Server to Amazon S3. HP bundles a service that works with S3 in it’s MediaSmart servers but for the DIY crowd you can have that same security with CloudBerry. It’s only $29.99 and there is a 30-day trail. They do have future plans […]