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A refreshed version of the Windows Vista Media Center SDK (version 5.2) has been released for download. The download location is the same as the 5.0 and 5.1 versions - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=A43EA0B7-B85F-4612-AA08-3BF128C5873E&displaylang=en. If you have the 5.0 or 5.1 version of the Windows Vista Media Center SDK installed, you can run the MSI for version 5.2 and it will automatically upgrade the older versions for you.
The features of this SDK refresh are described in more detail in this post on the Media Center Sandbox blog and also in the Getting Started page that appears at the end of SDK installation. The key changes are the following:
If you're a Windows Vista Media Center developer or thinking about getting started, I encourage you to download this new version of the SDK and check it out.
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Hard to think people are just now getting around to talking about the DRM crap made by Peter Gutmann...
Hard to think people are just now getting around to talking about the DRM crap made by Peter Gutmann