Microsoft Corp.'s Windows® Media Center is the first public beta version of the company's media management software intended to replace Microsoft's former Windows Media Player and Microsoft's Windows Media Center, developed 2 years ago. The software is expected to be officially released on Oct 31. Windows 2000 and Windows XP users can later upgrade, while Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows Me users will have to wait until the next version of Windows is released.
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50 million users will sign up in the first year. The latest numbers, and the third update to this numbered series, come from Hamburg-based startup Spotify, which won an exclusive music licence by Facebook in December. d2c66b5586