Archive for the ‘Windows’ Category

DVDVideoSoft has released Free Netflix Downloader tool for Windows to let users download videos off Netflix. Here are the details.

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First of Windows 10 themes are available now on the Windows Store. Here’s what you need to know about them.

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Today, the folks behind Kodi announced the latest beta build, beta 7, whilst confirming that future test builds will be designated as Release Candidates.

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Apple has just made available for download iTunes 12.5.4 for both macOS running Macs and Windows running PCs.

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Are you in the fortunate position of having an Oculus Rift running on a powerful Windows 10 PC? Do you happen to have an Xbox One or Xbox One S with stunning gaming content that’s running on the same network as the aforementioned Windows 10 PC?

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Plex has announced additional support for Plex Cloud by allowing users to stream videos from Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive. At its inception, Plex Cloud supported streaming of self-hosted videos from Amazon Drive only.

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Kodi 17 beta 6, dubbed Krypton, is available to download and install now and this beta can even be installed straight over the top of your current install, so no need to start from scratch.

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Here’s a guide on how you can enable the hidden Share settings in Windows 10 for configuring sharing options.

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Finally. You can now download official Plex for Kodi add-on. Additionally, Plex Media Player has also gone free for everyone. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Here’s how to download, install and play Android games on your Windows 10 PC, be it a desktop computer, laptop or a hybrid.

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You can now download VLC 360 (VLC 3.0) Technical Preview on Windows and Mac to playback 360-degree videos on your computer.

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Here’s how you can boot into Windows 10 Safe Mode on your PC. If you’re experiencing failures due to some incompatible installations, such as system drivers or apps, Safe Mode is your savior.

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