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The decision is a disappointment to the small but incredibly vocal army of Media Center enthusiasts, who had held out hope that a Windows 10 Media Center add-on, similar to the one offered for Windows 8, might appear at the last minute. Any PC that is upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 will lose the Media Center functionality, and there's no way to get it back.
He added, in two follow-up tweets, "If you have WMC now, we'll have a DVD option for you in an update later this year...
Most of that usage is to play back DVDs, where other software solutions are readily available.
And as painful as it might sound, the best alternative for those who want time-shifting functionality from a cable or satellite provider is to rent a DVR from that provider.
The simplest answer is to stick with Windows 7 (or Windows 8.1 with the Media Center Pack add-on) and forgo the free Windows 10 upgrade completely.