I was using 3 separate remote controls for my TV, DVD player and Roku box and decided that I had to find a universal remote that could handle all three devices. I wasn’t looking for anything flashy. The Roku is a simple device, so I wanted a simple remote that didn’t cost too much money.[Read more…] about Universal Remote Controls that Work With Roku
One of my favorite features is the ability to enable Netflix to auto-play the next episode when a a TV show episode finishes. It’s great for people who have unlimited Internet access, but if you have a limit, or fall asleep to watching Netflix shows, you may not want episodes playing all night. Here’s how to turn the “Play next episode automatically” feature on or off.[Read more…] about Enable or Disable Auto-Play Next Episode in Netflix
So you’re interested in using the Netflix Instant service. For the best experience, you’ll need to ensure that your Internet connection is fast enough to support streaming high quality video without a hiccup. So how fast does your Internet connection need to be? Well, it depends on how you intend to use the service.
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It’s that time again! Spring has finally sprung and we are quickly moving into April. I feel certain it was only a week or two ago I was wishing all of you a Happy New Year – and now look! I do not know about you, but I have spent a lot of time on Netflix this past winter. Sadly, I cannot promise to spend any fewer hours staring at the television when the weather is nicer.
Christmas is my favorite holiday. However, I am not someone who is ready to start decorating and celebrating in October. I want to get through Thanksgiving first, please! As usual, though, retailers are already gearing up for holiday sales. Christmas items started appearing in the big box stores before we even went trick-or-treating! Netflix is jumping on the “early-holiday-fever” train: you can choose from any (or ALL!) of 39 Christmas movies already available to stream on-demand. Additionally, there are four more coming by the end of November, each of which promise to be phenomenal in its own way.
When attempting to open a video file in Windows 10, you may encounter an error in your chosen video player because you don’t have the proper codec installed on your computer. You will have to find out which codec needs to be installed in order to play these files.
If Netflix Instant is slow or choppy, there are many variables that could be causing the problem. Here are a few troubleshooting steps you can use to see what’s causing Netflix to display video poorly.
Your new Alexa device has a multitude of uses around your home. One of the most popular is connecting her to your TV in order to control it. The process to accomplish this task is not difficult, but without a good tutorial, it can be confusing. We are here to take the frustration out of tech for you, and have come up with simple steps to help you start using Alexa with your TV tonight.
The first set of instructions will help you connect your cable or satellite-powered television to Alexa while the second set will show you how to use Alexa with Fire TV or a Fire TV Stick.