How to Find Windows Media Center on My Computer
By Andrew Meer
The Windows Media Center is a feature-packed software for watching TV, listening to radio and viewing pictures and videos. However, it is available in only a limited number of Windows editions, such as the Home Premium and Ultimate editions in Windows Vista, and the Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate and Enterprise editions in Windows 7. If your computer is running on one these operating systems, you can find the Windows Media Center on the "All Programs" list or inside the Windows installation directory.
Click "Start" on the Windows Vista or Windows 7 taskbar and point to all "All Programs."
Click on the program labeled "Windows Media Center" at the top of the "All Programs" list.
Wait until the Windows Media Center loads. The Windows Media Center uses up a considerable amount of system memory, so the time it takes to load can vary from computer to computer.
Click "Start," and then click "Computer." This will open up the "Windows Explorer" window.
Double-click on the partition where Windows Vista or Windows 7 is installed.
Double-click on the folder labeled "Windows."
Double-click on the folder labeled "ehome."
Double-click on the green colored icon labeled "ehshell.exe" to open up the Windows Media Center. The Windows Media Center uses up a considerable amount of system memory, so the time it takes to load can vary from computer to computer.
As an ardent tech fan, Andrew Meer loves writing about the latest in computer hardware and software. Since 2006, he has worked as a level designer and programmer for various video game companies. Meer holds a Bachelor of Science in game and simulation programming from DeVry University, California.