If you have Microsoft Windows 7, you can access Sky Player and watch TV from Sky in Windows Media Center (Sky Player on Windows Media Center is currently only available in the UK.)
From July 6th 2011 Sky Player will no longer be available on Windows Media Center. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope you continue to enjoy Sky Player on your computer, Xbox 360 or Fetch set top box.
Microsoft Windows 7 is required for Sky Player on Windows Media Center.
Windows Media Center is included in Windows 7 Home Premium, Ultimate, Professional and Enterprise.
1. Press the Start button to launch Windows Media Center, and then select Sky Player.
2. Sign up for a Sky iD or just sign in if you already have one - it's free to register and takes only minutes.
Sky TV customers can watch a selection of great Sky TV programmes for free by entering some details that match their Sky Tv account, such as viewing card number.
Non Sky TV customers can subscribe to the Sky Player pack of their choice once they have their Sky iD, from as little as £15 a month.
Sky Player on Windows Media Center is yet another way for Sky TV customers to get more value from your Sky TV package.
- All Sky TV customers can watch a range of on-demand programmes for free
-Sky Multiroom and Broadband Unlimited customers cam watch selected Sky TV channels live online for free
- Don't have Multiroom or Broadband Unlimited? Subscribe to Sky player Multiroon for £9.75 a month
- The channels and programmes you're able to watch are dependent on your Sky TV subscription
Non Sky TV Customers can subscribe to Sky Player TV for as little as one month. See below:
- Entertainment Pack - £15 per month (17 live channels plus selected shows on demand).
- Movies Pack - £32 per month ( Entertainment pack plus hundreds of Sky Movies).
- Sports Pack - £34 per month (Entertainment Pack plus Sky Sports 1,2,3 and Xtra)
- Sports and Movies Pack - £41 per month.
For more details about Sky player on Windows Media Center, click on the link below:
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