It’s becoming more and more apparent that AirPlay — Apple’s media streaming technology is here for the long haul.

We’ve seen numerous applications for both the iPhone, the Mac, and even Android devices that in some way or another, massage AirPlay’s functionality to meet their needs.

Throughout all of the fun, Windows has ultimately been left out; that is until now.

Developer Thomas Pleasance made sure of that fact with the recent release of his AirPlay enabled Windows Media Center Add-in…

The screenshots definitely show promise, all 12 of you still running Windows Media Center in your living room should be pleased.

I tried to get this working myself, but unfortunately AirPlay doesn’t want to play nice with my Windows 7 Virtual Machine. I’m sure it would work just dandy on an actual Windows installation.

Have you tried it yet? If not, head over to Thomas’ blog and download the necessary files to get started. You will also need Bonjour installed on your machine if you have not already done so.

How does it work for you?

[9 to 5 Mac via Engadget]