quote:It is more than that. It is the Operation System, there is no XP on it. There are 3 versions of XP: XP Home, XP Pro, and XP Media Center. Here is the link to it. Microsoft Media Center Edition 2005 This is probably what you have.
Originally posted by CivicFan: I think tmorris is correct. The computer can boot in the Media Center (my laptop has a separate ON button for it) instead of Win XP hence it is an operating system by itself. Of course, the components such as PowerDVD and WinMedia Player are available through XP as well.