Plug-ins or add-on help your browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome, to perform specific functions such as viewing graphics files in special formats or playing multimedia files, online TV and video. Plug-ins are slightly different from extensions, which modify or extend existing functionality. There are more types for external programs such as Adobe Flash Player, Quick Time, Real Player, VLC (Video LAN Client), Shock wave, Windows Media Player and Silverlight. You need to download applicable plug-in from official site. It will be play the online stream. Adobe Flash Player is the universal rich client for delivering effective Adobe Flash experiences across desktops and devices. Quick Time Player is an easy-to-use application for playing, interacting with or viewing video, audio, VR or graphics files. Real Player enables your computer to play streaming Real Video and Real Audio. Windows Media Player lets you play streaming audio, video, animations, and multimedia presentations on the web. Shock wave Player displays Web content that has been created by Adobe Director. Add-ons for Firefox you can see above. Often fail when connecting channels, so do not rush to complain about the administration of the idle channel, and try to reload the page, and remember that in order for the broadcast, we need time to buffer, to put it simply, wait 15-30 seconds to load and begin broadcasting. To activate your plug-in or add-on try to open Settings of your browser and there in Plug-ins section (menu) check it. For example, in Opera type in address bar this: opera:plugins, and you can see all of its. If you use the Opera browser or Mozilla Firefox, then for viewing online TV, use the plug-in WMP Firefox Plugin. Mac OS X users need to install the VLC plug-in for Intel or Power PC plug-in for VLC. After all, you will be need to restart your Internet browser and go on!!! If you want to test your Internet speed check it here.