As a result, Windows Media Center will still be Microsoft’s built into all versions of Windows 8, but will not support to play DVDs. However, Microsoft provides a solution for Media Center fans by integrating it into Windows 8 through the feature “Add Features to Windows 8″ (commonly known under the name “Windows Anytime Upgrade”). Here are some steps you can take back to Windows Media Center Preview 8 release the Metro You then press the S key or mouse to the lower left corner of the screen to select the Quick Search Search the bulletin board.
You enter the keyword “add features” into the search box. Then select Settings below and looking through the returned result is: Add features to Windows 8
New window appears, select “I already have a product key” and enter the key as shown below.
MBFBV-W3DP2-2MVKN-PJCQD-KKTF7 You agree to the terms and click Add Features. This process will take a few tens of seconds.
Windows will then reboot and the screen welcomes you by: