After installing OpenELEC on Raspberry Pi, the XBMC Library mode is disabled (greyed out). How do you enable it?
The default UI of OpenELEC-XBMC is English, but it’s darn easy to switch it to Chinese in less than a minute.
Here is another way to configure Windows Update, so that it will not restart a Windows computer with logged on users.
Don’t worry. There is a way to avoid Windows Update from rebooting your Windows machines until you say so.
For Raspberry Pi owners who run OpenELEC as home media system, you may use a TV remote control to access the XBMC context menu, IF the TV supports HDMI CEC function.
Windows 8.1, however, not only you can see the apps of both worlds at one glance, it allows users to open up to 4 apps on a screen at a time (depends on the screen resolution).
For those who are using Google Chrome beta, you should have noticed the multimedia indicator appears on tabs that are making noise (playing irritated music / ads / video / sound), accessing your webcam, or being cast to TV.