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Most modern TVs have a HDMI video interface. So the simplest solution is to take some general-purpose computer that you already have connected to the internet, and attach your TV as an extra-large external monitor.
This should work, but it will only use a small fraction of the capabilities of your new smart TV.
Smart TVs are able to access the internet directly. For watching high-quality video, a high-speed internet connection is best; however at peak hour (around 7-10pm in residential areas), even high-speed services can slow to a crawl*....You need to connect your TV to the internet gateway. Today's gateways often have a WiFi antenna, and a number of RJ connectors.You can use WiFi, but it is likely to suffer interference when you turn on the microwave, or if your neighbor starts downloading a big file on his WiFi (try to pick a channel separated from your neighbor's channel by at least 2).It will probably work better if you have a wired connection, using an Ethernet cable from your local home electronics shop.
You will also need an antenna to receive "Free to Air" TV - there is usually some automatic tuning option which will find your local TV stations.
What problems are you experiencing?
while I do see the desktop there's nothing on it and no cursor
It's also very odd watching TV in front of me and having the sound come at me from the left side of the room.
What is the make and model of your TV, if the instruction manual is available on the internet I would like to have a read of it.
it says it will connect dynamic but nothing happens
throw everything away with'smart' for its name.It's all agenda 21!!these kind of tv's have camera's installed!