Developers of XBMC Media Center stop the support for the XBOX gave the developers of XBMC Media Center developed originally for the XBOX on the official homepage known XBOX now is no longer supported. The development team is called the limitations of the XBOX, which restricts the development as the main reason. The free XBMC Media Center (formerly stood for XBox Media Center”) Media Center has evolved since the first development steps in 2002 to a popular multi-platform. The XBMC team finished the support for the XBOX that was long ago surpassed from a technical standpoint, officially, but a single XBMC developer is planning to continue the project for the XBOX. “In the past few days, the XBOX section was spun off because of this and the developer of ARNOVA” left. For the XBOX Community means this approach that the complete XBOX Forum, as well as all other areas affecting the XBOX part of the project, are no longer part of the official XBMC project and now another Site have. This step that the developer more do not the platform on the ignorance and so technical innovations means for the further development of the XBMC only for mainstream platforms”such as Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and Apple TV have to realize. The project has grown strongly since the beginning and moving increasingly in the focus of large companies.
Information about XBMC Media Center: Media Center is a software, which provides an interface allows users to manage their multimedia files and play. XBMC Media Center is available for free, and also offers support for movie files with 1080 p in its latest version in addition to the player for all formats. The users of the Center appreciate particularly the full graphic customization, as well as the possibility of adding extensions. Another advantage to new users who are looking for a matching Media Center to manage their multi media collections, which is the XBMC community very is large. Arndt lane field since a while writing articles about current events in the field of technology. He also helps find electric lighter with his new project.