I know that question has been asked often and frequently, but I have a slight twist that is causing me to ask for your recommendations.What should I do with Windows Media Center for the next five years?
Like many, I have been running Windows Media Center on Windows 7 for years and love it. The library of recorded TV shows has been a significant aid to marital bliss and happiness! [g]
The problem is that, like many, I have been running WMC for several years. The server I have been running is getting old and creaky and will fail completely sometime in the not too distant future. I have several TB's of copy once programs recorded. [Please refer to previous comment regarding marital bliss.]
I have built a new WMC server running Windows 7 that is running in parallel with the old server. My plan is to see how many of those "treasured" copy-once programs I can re-create on the new server before the old one finally dies.
The question is this: Given that I'm starting over anyway, should I continue with a new Windows 7 server? Move to Windows 8? Or try to move to Windows 10?