Netflix Instant Watch Now Available in Windows 7 Media Center

win7-mediacenter-openNetflix Instant Watch, a popular movie and TV streaming service, has just become available for Windows 7 users in Windows Media Center.  This feature was added for Windows Vista users earlier this year, and the Windows 7 update comes just before the official launch of Microsoft’s newest operating system this Thursday.

If you haven’t received the update yet, you can manually update Windows Media Center by going to  Tasks –> Settings–> General–> Automatic Download Options and click the manual update button.

Netflix Instant Watch in Windows Media Center offers you an incredibly streamlined experience if you are using your computer as a home theater PC.  In the Instant Watch application you can view your instant queue, DVD queue, and browse dozens of recommended offerings from Netflix’s library of 12,000+ titles.

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One response to “Netflix Instant Watch Now Available in Windows 7 Media Center”

  1. Donna Avatar

    Too Bad this is only available to Netflix customers in the United States. Canadians are not able to access this feature but have full access to Netflix through their browser. Setting Netflix up through Media Center is the only way to give kids access to Netflix on their computer without giving them full access to your account information.

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