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PC to TV software programs worth it ?

Are any of the programs that supposedly allow you to receive 1000+ channels of TV on your computer worth it ?

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Re: TV on PC.

I would start with finding the TV sites you're interested in yourself and using Windows Media Player, for example, to view them. You'll find most of that 1000+ channels quite boring or ununderstandable because they are in a foreign language or very local.

But I must admit I never used a program like this. It's just my guess.


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Re: TV on PC

There is a site called that CLAIMS to have reviewed several of these software packages and they narrow it down to two really good ones, but I don't know if this is just a slick way of advertising or not. If their claims are true, it might actually be worth the 40 bucks.

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Could be. Could not be.

We regularly delete ad-posts for comparable sites for registry editors.

Let's hope that someone with real experience in this subject takes over now.


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