What isNetShow

NetShow, launched by Microsoft in 1996, was the groundbreaking technology that enabled the first streaming of media over the Internet with the help of Active Streaming Format (ASF). NetShow’s On-Demand feature facilitated the transmission of static content, while NetShow Live enabled live broadcasts.

However, with the evolution of technology, Microsoft has since replaced NetShow with Windows Media Player for the client and Windows Media Services for the server.

FAQs

What was NetShow?

NetShow was Microsoft’s first streaming media platform that used Active Streaming Format (ASF) for streaming of media over the internet.

When was NetShow launched?

NetShow was launched in 1996.

What replaced NetShow?

Microsoft replaced NetShow with Windows Media Player for the client and Windows Media Services for the server.

Conclusion

NetShow was a groundbreaking technology that enabled the first streaming of media over the internet. Although replaced by more advanced technologies, it paved the way for the development of modern multimedia streaming services.

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