Live TV Player provides a wide variety of live channels for streaming and downloading. You can watch your favorite live sports, news, and entertainment channels live from anywhere in the world.
With Live TV Player you can watch live streaming videos from the World Wide Web, such as sports, news, and entertainment, on your PC.
You can watch hundreds of free live TV channels on your PC without signing up for a cable TV subscription. Live TV Player also lets you watch HD or SD streams (depending on your connection speed), you can record your favorite shows to enjoy later, you can sort channels by language and location, and you can even download content for offline viewing.
Live TV Player gives you access to the biggest channels from all over the world, including Live TV Channel, Sky Movie Channel, BT Vision, Vodafone Live TV, Ziggo TV, FOX Sports and many more.
Live TV Player lets you watch and record free channels anywhere in the world. It is designed to be easy to use and very user-friendly.
The Live TV Player is a FREE software application. You may use it for evaluation purposes only. Live TV Player is not supported by Microsoft Windows and is only available for download from the Web site. If you continue, you will be making it available to the public, thereby licensing your proprietary rights.
Live TV Player allows you to watch a wide range of Live TV Channels directly from your PC. There is no need for a TV card, PC Tuner or a cable connection.
“I watched TV from remote location and it’s great… I can watch or pause Live TV from anywhere.” – G.
Watch Live TV Channels from around the World – Watch and record LIVE Online Television and listen to Live radio stations from your browser on any computer.
Record Programs – Watch your favorite shows and movies from the Internet to your hard drive. Record your favorite shows and watch them later.
Watch & Record Live TV Channels – Watch live and recorded TV channels for FREE.
Watch Channels on a Computer Screen – Watch Live TV Channels on any screen, including your big screen TV, a TV with a computer monitor, a computer monitor or a browser.
Watch Anywhere – Use Live TV Player to watch live TV anywhere in the world.
Download Channels – Save your favorite channels to your hard drive so you can watch later.
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The Microsoft Windows operating system has come along way, with a lot of new features to help users live a better and smarter life. Windows 10 features a streamlined user interface, solidified cloud connections, a focus on apps, and a ton more. With all these things, though, it can be hard to remember some of the small features that have changed from Windows 7 and 8.
There’s a certain fun to be had in remembering a Windows feature that is now missing. For example, is there any fun in knowing that the standard Windows calculator has changed its way of rounding down from the old Windows 7? Well, there is. We’ve collected some of the small changes and removals that you might not know that you miss.
Let’s start with something that’s really minor, but should be noted. Locking a program with the Windows Key + L button now opens the Control Panel instead of a list of open programs. The recent editions of Windows 7 and 8 had a third option, Windows Key + X, which listed all open programs. With Windows 10, it’s only Control Panel. We’re sure Microsoft will eventually change it back, but it should be noted that not everyone has learned this method.
Windows 10 has the same option for the Windows Key + X button as Windows 7 and 8 did, which lists all the open programs. Windows Key + L lists Control Panel.
One of the more welcome additions is the ability to bring up a page full of custom tiles. Say you’re browsing through Windows 10 and you want to go to an app that is very important to you. If you have a tile set for that app on the Start menu, just right-click that tile and select Pin to Start. You can also drag the tiles up to the Start menu and pin them.
This same feature will work for websites. You can have a website shortcut on your Start menu, and right-click that shortcut and select Pin to Start. There’s also the option to pin any tile to the taskbar or desktop.
Custom app or website shortcut pinned to the taskbar.
Microsoft Edge has received some improvements with Windows 10, but it’s not really being talked about. Edge is still the default web browser, which means it will still work the same way you’re used to. However, it’s now got a few more settings that will help you get a