Organising your existing collection of media or updating can be a huge pain if you don’t have the right tools to do it. Your media collection can span gigabytes or even terabytes stored on a hard disk, but how do you make sure that content is available with you wherever you are? This guide will tell you just that. Organization of content has become very important now that there are tons of TV shows and movies you can watch, and most of it can be found on the internet, so you’ll need to get everything connected. There are several options for streaming content and managing your downloaded content, most of which are easy and will work out of the box, but there are some which will need some technical knowledge. For instance, a simple situation would be if you have a good Wi-Fi router capable of delivering a large bandwidth and have videos and pictures stored on a computer connected to the same network. By using a streaming stick such as the Chromecast or the Roku, and setting up a media server on the computer, you can easily pass content from the computer to the TV wirelessly.
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