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Unlike that decision, however, Microsoft was also forced to withdraw the non-compliant versions of Windows from the South Korean market.The K and KN editions of Windows XP Home Edition and Professional Edition were released in August 2006, and are only available in English and Korean.Windows XP Starter Edition is a lower-cost version of Windows XP available in Thailand, Vietnam, Turkey, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, Ecuador, Uruguay, Malaysia, and Venezuela.It is similar to Windows XP Home, but is limited to low-end hardware, can only run 3 programs at a time, and has some other features either removed or disabled by default.This version does not include the company's Windows Media Player but instead encourages users to pick and download their own media player.Microsoft wanted to call this version Reduced Media Edition, but EU regulators objected and suggested the Edition N name, with the N signifying "not with Media Player" for both Home and Professional editions of Windows XP.The initial release was available solely in conjunction with computers that included media center capabilities, and could not be purchased separately.The first major update was released in 2004 and distributed by Tier 1 OEMs who had previously sold Windows XP Media Center Edition PC, and then updated again in 2005, which was the first edition available for System Builders.
Like the European Commission decision, this decision was based on the grounds that Microsoft had abused its dominant position in the market to push other products onto consumers.
On October 9, 2006, Microsoft announced that they reached a milestone of 1 million units of Windows XP Starter Edition sold.
In the mass market, however, the Starter Edition has not had much success.
Many of the features of Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 (including screen dancers, auto playlist DJ, and high end visual screen savers) were taken from the Windows XP Plus! These were originally shipped as add-ons to Windows XP to enhance the users experience of their Windows XP machine.
A preview version of Windows XP Media Center Edition from Microsoft's e Home division, was shown as CES 2002, with the final version released in July 2002.