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Monday, July 12, 2010

My Thoughts On Satellite Tv For Pc

By Katie Fine

There's nothing better to do after a long tiring day than to just kick your feet up and watch cable tv.

Indeed. But with the economy at a downward spiral, all the money may be set aside for more important matters other than paying for the cable fee.

However, that doesn't have to be the case. I'm a constant traveler and there's nothing else that irritates me than crappy channels available in my hotel room. To keep myself entertained, I found the Satellite TV for PC. After trying it out, I found it really convenient.

The thing that attracted me to the Satellite TV for PC was its claim that it offers 3000 different channels from different countries worldwide.

I had to try out if it was true. And it was. I can even get channels to me by way of giving the place, like "United States" or by topic, like "sports".

The download time for the software actually didn't take a long time. If you have a broadband connection, you can probably get it done in about a minute. But if you have a slower internet connection, be prepared to wait a little longer.

What I found really convenient with the software is that it includes description of every channel that's available.

Aesthetics wise, I found the software to be very professional in its look with a very slick interface that made it look very much like an expensive hi-fi unit.

But you can clearly locate the different menus, controls and buttons for easy use of the software.

3000 channels is a lot of channels and it will take you a very long time before you could possibly find the channel that you liked with the old fashioned method of scanning for channels.

The good thing with the Satellite TV for PC is that you can search for channels that you like from your 'favorites' list.

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