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XBMC for Windows runs natively on Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. 1080p playback can be achieved on Windows based computers either via software decoding on the CPU if it's powerful enough, or by hardware accelerated video decoding (Vista or higher). XBMC for Windows supports several MCE remotes out-of-the-box, among others.
1 Main topics
Other Windows-specific wiki pages for topics, guides, and advice. For everything else, standard XBMC pages will normally apply.
- HOW-TO:Install XBMC for Windows
- XBMC for Windows specific FAQ
- Supplemental tools/Windows
- Developing XBMC for Windows
2 Device specific info
- x86 hardware (desktops, mini PCs, etc)
3 Random notes
Feel free to place various notes, tips, and links here. As this section of the wiki gets more organized, those notes will be properly sorted. Consider this like a dumping ground for when you're not sure where to put something.