Convert your Windows® 7 PC into a TV
Now watch your favorite TV programs on your Windows 7 PC
For those of you who worship your TV and get irritated when people make plans at the same time as the Vampire Diaries - Season 2, there’s some good news. Before you read on though, we must mention that physical exercise every day is very important. Watching TV has been man’s favorite way to pass time ever since they were invented and most people cannot possibly imagine life without television. A complete source of entertainment, TV viewing now takes a new leap in collaboration with your PC and television.Â And guess what, you don’t have to cancel other plans to rush to wherever your TV set is to switch it on.
Now, all you need is Internet connection along with Windows Media Center in your Windows 7 operating system. With the new Internet TV feature in Windows 7 you can now watch movies from Netflix and Zune and also catch up on news from various news channels like ABC News, CBS News, CNBC, and CNET TV.Â Other than this you can also enjoy full length episodes and short clips, TV classics, music videos, movie trailers, and much more.
Now that you have all the good news you should know that there is one dampner. This feature is not configured in your computer by default. However, with these simple steps, you can easily establish the connection.
- Click on ‘start’ and then type ‘Windows Media Center’ in the start menu.
- Select ‘TV’ from the menu
- Now click on ‘Internet TV’
- Finally install a small add-on from Microsoft
- You might as well Upgrade to Microsoft Silverlight
Bingo, now you are all set to enjoy watching live TV on your Windows 7 computer from just about anywhere.
Another way of connecting your PC with your TV is through a TV tuner and of course TV signal. TV tuner connects an analog or digital TV to your computer. You will not be able to watch or record live TV in Media Center without a TV tuner. Windows Media Center can connect to your TV using a wide range of signals, including cable TV, antenna, and satellite TV signals.
So get started and enjoy non-stop entertainment. And if you feel this article helped you out, don’t forget to spread the word using the share button on this page.