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In the Age of Technology we all have a right to own amazing home cinema installations. Gone are the days of fuzzy pictures, bad sound and faulty connections. We all have access to the newest of the new in movies, series and documentaries. Each and every one of us quite literally has a world of exciting cinematic enjoyment right at our fingertips.

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Is it Possible to Have a Home Cinema Hooked up to Your PC?

Nowadays you would be hard-pressed to find a home without a computer in it. Not all of us have televisions hooked up to expensive stereo sets, but that should not stop you from enjoying your favourite shows whenever the mood strikes. It might be surprising but the fact of the matter is that video software for PC and Mac is readily available for anyone wanting to watch streaming videos and movies from the comfort of your own home. Pull up a couch, swivel your monitor and make sure to have your popcorn popped and buttered.

More often than not, all you need to do is hook yourself up to a site that streams videos online. Full HD movies can be streamed to PCs while slightly lesser quality is available for Mac. Remember the higher the quality of the movie or video, the bigger the file size will be. If your screen is not particularly enormous, a lesser file will do just fine. Websites that offer video streaming will detect the type of software you are using as well as your connection speed. The video will be adjusted to suit your needs and within minutes you can sit back, relax and enjoy your show of choice.

What are the Perks?

The great thing about video software for PC and Mac is that your streaming videos will be saved in your library for later access. All of your greatest favourites will quite literally be right where you want them at any given time. Another bit of good news is that you do not have to pay a fortune for video streaming software (unless you want access to thousands of the latest movie releases). More often than not you will find that programs such as Microsoft Silverlight or Adobe Flash Player work just fine. Using these programs, however, means that you will need to sign up on a website that asks you to pay a minimal fee for access to their movie database.

Another perk is that you do not have to wait weeks for hard copy orders of DVDs on your "to-watch" list. You also will not have to wait in line at the cinema in order to watch a new release on uncomfortable chairs with your feet stuck to a floor covered in popcorn and sugar. Home cinema installations provide us all with the freedom to watch whatever we want, whenever we want to.