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An example, Start menu entry creation program: Svchost.exe. This launcher is used for certain programs, such as as the registry key for Internet Explorer.

If a particular shortcut points to the launcher for a specific application, then that application is auto-launched when the user activates that shortcut.

Windows users can create custom shortcuts to a launcher on their desktop or start menu. However, these shortcuts are not supported on all editions of Windows.

Other notable launchers, such as Microsoft WinDVD and Windows Media Player, can auto-launch or have their shortcuts automatically updated when a video file, audio file, or other media is added to the affected media directory.

The launchers on the System menu are not always updated with these file changes.

Windows XP MCE
The MCE features of Windows XP can be accessed via the MCE menu in the Control Panel. The MCE interface is like a simplified version of Windows Explorer. Files are organized by type (picture, music, video, etc.) and are presented in a tree view of folders and folders.

MCE supports browsing the contents of a removable media by its file type. The contents of a CD or DVD (usually the content of the main directory of the CD or DVD drive) will be presented in a media library, which also presents the file size and the bandwidth used for the entire file.

From this interface, music tracks can be added to a playlist and played back, while video or DVD files can be added to a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc to be recorded. It does not support organizing files by any date or time; instead, the files must be organized chronologically by performing a sort operation.

MCE was available on Windows XP Media Center Edition. It has been discontinued as of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.

Windows XP Home Edition
The Windows XP Home Edition features folder sharing and the Windows Backup (now Microsoft Backup) utility.

Sharing and backup
The Windows Sharing and Backup utility can be used to share files and folders on a network. By default, this facility will be turned on if the program is installed.

Files can be shared from either within the program or from the network. Files can be shared as the «primary» or «secondary» files on the network. Files can be shared from the server, desktop, and other client computers.

Shared folders can be defined by:



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