Windows Media Center Edition suitable for ASP.NET development?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by JDeats, Jan 11, 2007.

  1. JDeats

    JDeats Guest

    I'm condering purchasing a PC with, due to time frame I'm looking to
    buy preassembled and all the choices today come with Windows Media
    Center Edition installed without XP Pro as even an option.

    I've been told by two sales clerks that Media Center Edition is "XP Pro
    with extras", I'd like to know from anyone who's used MCE or had read
    up on this if Media Center Edition comes with IIS on the install CD (as
    XP Pro does) and if it supports NTFS. If it meets these two
    requirements I would think Media Center Edition would be just as
    capable as Windows XP Pro for ASP.NET development.
    JDeats, Jan 11, 2007
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