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Use your Nintendo Wii for Free Web Browsing


Watch YouTube Videos on your TV, Using your Wii Console as a Computer


Use your Nintendo Wii for Free Web Browsing

Use your TV to watch funny videos on YouTube with your friends and family.

Have you ever been in the situation where you had guests over and were all hovered around the small screen of your computer, watching YouTube videos, when, in the next room, you had a perfectly fine home theatre system, with seating that a cinema would envy?

The solution to using the computer was probably just as close as your Internet-connected Nintendo Wii game console.

I had a lazy Sunday and was sitting at my computer, performing some Google search engine optimization on a set of webpages and remembered a YouTube video of SearchEngineLand that discussed some of the information I was working with. First impulse was to open Firefox and navigate to YouTube, get my favorites and play through the video. As usual, Adobe Flash crashed partway through the video, but I really was not interested in resolving that issue right now.

I had known that I could use the Nintendo Wii to browse the web, but I never really considered using the Wii for that purpose, with any seriousness.


There is more to do with your Nintendo Wii than play Wii games


What You Need

What You Need in the Simplest Sense

  • Internet-connected Wi i game console
  • Wii Controller
  • The Wii Internet Channel downloaded and installed
  • TV with auxilliary in jacks
  • USB Keyboard (optional)

You probably already have all of this setup, with the exception of the USB keyboard. The keyboard is not really necessary, but it sure makes things easier when you are searching for a video on YouTube or specifying a certain website.

What You Do

What You Need to Do

  • Connect your Nintendo Wii console to your television or home theater system
  • (optional) Connect a USB keyboard to your Wii console.
For more information on ... visit the Wikipedia.org page for Internet_Channel

RSS News Feed on Searches for Wii Internet Channel

Bing: wii internet youtube

Bing: wii internet youtube

Search results

Please be sure to bookmark and revisit this webpage. The newsfeed items below are designed to update automatically and should always be displaying the latest news on this subject.


12/13/2017 08:33 AM
How to get your Nintendo Wii online (wireless internet ...
INSTRUCTIONS Sorry about the flickering in parts of the video HOW TO CONNECT YOUR WII TO THE INTERNET 1) On the Wii Menu, click "Wii Options" in the bottom ...
12/13/2017 02:35 AM
How To Set-Up Internet on the Wii (Wireless) - YouTube
A brief tutorial on how to connect the Nintendo Wii to the internet. The easiest tutorial I have ever made.
12/08/2017 01:08 AM
How to Sign Into YouTube - Wii U Wiki Guide - IGN
How to Sign Into YouTube - Wii U: Sources: [1]
12/13/2017 07:43 AM
What is Wii U? - Wii U from Nintendo - Info, Details
The Wii U console gives you new ways to play, with the GamePad controller, HD graphics, and much more. Take a look at all of the details of the Wii U video game console.
12/15/2017 01:36 AM
Wii Menu - Wikipedia
The Wii Menu (known internally as the System Menu) is the graphical shell of the Wii game console, as part of the Wii system software. It has four pages, each with a ...
12/14/2017 01:44 AM
YouTube - Wikipedia
YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California. The service was created by three former PayPal employees—Chad Hurley, Steve ...
12/09/2017 12:38 AM
How to Connect to the Internet on Your Wii U - Wii U Wiki ...
How to Connect to the Internet on Your Wii U - Wii U: Note: This is assuming you opted out of connecting to the internet when you first booted up your ...
12/13/2017 06:06 PM
Game Guide - Nintendo Game Store
Search for games for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS, Wii U, and Wii consoles, and find out where to purchase. Filter by age range, genre, character, and more.

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I have created this webpage as a method to document and share our MIDI Music Studio setup and usage, for others who might want to do something similar.

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