So you want to learn how to watch cable TV on your computer? There are many benefits to getting cable connected to your computer. The biggest one is the ability to use programs like Windows Media Center to record and watch shows. Such a setup can also allow more space for recording programming and the ability to watch shows in different rooms on a plethora of devices. If you need to know where to begin on setting up a Cable TV/computer setup, this is your guide.
So you want to learn about how to connect a PC to your TV? Doing so allows you enjoy way more content on a bigger screen. Browse the web on your TV. Use Windows Media Center to record and watch TV. Watch the “web only” stuff on Hulu Plus. Don’t know where to start? This is the guide.
I have a PC in my living room that rocks Windows Media Center for recording TV. The bedroom is where the Roku is located. I thought it would be oh so nice to be able to play some of my Windows Media Center recordings on the Roku. I had to find a solution for this. Here are the steps you can take to get started.
After installing a PC in my living room and slapping Windows Media Center on it, I was off and running with the entertainment solution I always wanted. I didn’t think ahead though, and used a standard keyboard and mouse with it. This combo doesn’t function well in a Living Room, so I set out on a quest to find the perfect keyboard.
My favorite feature of the Roku Media Player is the USB port. You can watch MP4, M4V, and MKV video files from a USB Drive. How do you watch those files though? Here are the steps: