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TVexe TV HD User Guide

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Welcome to TV User's Guide.
TV is a new software application for Windows ® TV emulates the regular television set on your PC, by using the high-speed Internet connection
(xDSL, Cable, LAN, Wireless WiFi, Mobile 3G etc.) for online global television reception, instead of the traditional antenna, satellite dish or cable feeds.
TV is an extremely easy to use application and anyone can find their own favorite stations on TV. No configurations or settings are needed. The intuitive, user friendly interface will give you a pure Plug n' Play! experience.
All you have to do is easily find your desired station, click on the stations name, then sit back and relax...

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Technical Notes:


  • TV features multi-format (Windows Media ®, Flash ®, Silverlight ® ,HTML5).
  • Live online streaming 24x7 worldwide television.
  • You don't need to care about the station's broadcasting format.
  • TV will run the station's live video in a fixed sized screen
  • TV will switch automatically between formats.
  • TV Works with any broadband Internet Service Provider (ISP) worldwide.
  • TV features Live international online channels, 24 hours a day.
  • With dedicated 24x7 music stations that feature songs (video clips) in:
  • English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Dutch and more...
  • It's like a free trip around the world; seeing other peoples' style of living,
  • hearing new languages and music and seeing world views and news.
  • Now we are ready for world peace.

The Channel Guides

  • TV features exclusive channel guide technology
  • The channel guides are updated each time you turn on TV.
  • Each channel guide streams into TV from a server.
  • The two active guides are stored in different ways.
  • The upper channel guide is sorted by subjects like:
  • Music, News, Educational TV, Sports, etc... And by the station's main language.
  • The lower channel guide is sorted by world regions,
  • going from one world or continent (and near Islands), down to each country and it's channels.
  • TV does not have an internal (offline) channel guide, it receives it online,
  • which means fresh new channels are added dynamically
  • as soon as they become available and inactive channels are removed.

About the picture and sound quality

  • The video & audio of the broadcasts is dependent on the broadcaster's own bandwidth,
  • The higher the bandwidth the better the picture & sound quality you will receive, HD+.
  • Of course you need the necessary bandwidth on your side.
  • It is recommended to watch TV from 1.5-2 meters (5-7ft.) from the screen.

Channel switching

  • Changing channels may take between a few seconds, and up to 30 seconds and even more (rare).
  • Channels sometimes may be unavailable due to the servers' overload, Internet traffic jams,
    Technical errors on the broadcaster's side, etc. (Please Report inactive streams)
  • You may try to view this channel again in a few minutes.

Full screen view

  • Changing to full screen view is very easy
  • If it's a "Windows Media Player" station then choose Full Screen
  • Esc to exit Full Screen mode back to TV window mode.
  • Other Players have their own full screen option.


  • If you have a personal firewall on your PC.
  • On the first run of TV it will prompt you with request from TV.exe to access the Internet.
  • Please allow it (Choose 'Permit') to connect and check the "Always use this action" box.
  • In workplaces and schools please ask your system administrator to allow TV.exe to connect to the Internet.

Windows Firewall

  • Windows 10, 8.1/8/7/Vista/Windows XP (SP2) Firewall: Choose "Unblock"

About 24 hour TV stations

  • Not all stations have 24 hours schedule.
  • Some stations end their transmission at around midnight local time and go back "On Air" at around 8 O'Clock AM.
  • You should consider this issue when trying to watch a station from a different time zone.
  • Remember that TV stations may come from 24 different time zones worldwide.

Minimum System Requirements: