Kilkis wrote:I'm not sure where you are looking? I go to "Settings", click on "App"s and then click on "Optional features". I get a list of the "Optional features" that are installed. At the top of the list are a lot of language options for English UK, English US and Greek such as Optical Character Recognition, Speech Recognition, Text to Speech etc. Media Feature Pack appears just before Microsoft Quick Assist while Windows Media Player is near the end just before XPS Viewer.
The information I read was that Media Feature Pack should be installed before Windows Media player so that was what I did. If everything is working fine for you I shouldn't worry. If you do experience a problem then you should be able to find Media Feature Pack by clicking on "Add a Feature" at the top of the list of "Optional features". That reveals a list of "Optional features" that are available but not yet installed. When you install a feature it disappears from this list and appears in the "Optional features" list.....
Kilkis wrote:......Any version sold in the EU is supposed to be the N version. I don't know what happens if you buy a non EU version, e.g. off Ebay, and use it in the EU. It might recognise that you are in the EU and change you to the N version at the next feature pack upgrade or it might recognise that it is a non-EU version and upgrade you to a non-EU version on that basis. I really don't know but I suspect the latter, i.e. if it starts life without an N it continues without an N and vice-versa. A non-EU version would have Windows Media Player installed automatically and I presume that the Media Feature Pack is probably embedded in the main WIndows program so wouldn't need to be installed as an option.
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