Why You're Not Getting The Most Out Of Netflix And What To Do About It


Netflix is now the world’s most popular TV and entertainment streaming service, and it’s not hard to see why. It doesn’t matter what you’re into, there’s going to be something in its expansive library that takes your fancy. The amazing thing about Netflix is the size of its enormous repository, and the fact that it is constantly growing, with new shows and documentaries added practically every day. Suffice to say, it’s better than regular TV.


Many people like the fact that Netflix offers flexibility. For years, the regular broadcasting TV networks have been telling us that we have to watch TV programs at certain times of day, whether that’s convenient for us or not. But now that’s all changed, thanks to the fact that with Netflix, you’re able to watch what you want when you want.


There are some problems, however, with Netflix that might be getting in the way of your enjoyment. Here’s why you’re not getting the most out of your Netflix account and what to do about it.


You’re Not Using Sleep Features


We all know that the main reason people buy Netflix is because, after a hard week at work, all they want to do is flop in front of the TV and watch episodes of their favorite drama back to back. Usually, they fall asleep in the process, but Netflix carries on regardless meaning lots of annoying rewinding when they finally come round.


But according to Digital Spy, there are now Netflix-integrated socks which detect whether or not the wearer has fallen asleep. The socks work by detecting movement. If the wearer is moving in a way that is consistent with being asleep (like not moving much at all), the socks send a signal to the TV and on comes a warning light. If the user doesn’t respond, then the stream is paused and the user can pick up where they left off when they wake up.


You’re Not Updating Your VPN

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According to Secure Thoughts, Netflix has been cracking down on people using VPNs to access their services. But, as the site points out, there are ways to continue using the service, even if you’re accessing it from a virtual private network. All it requires is a little research on your part, and you’ll soon be watching your favorite series once more.


You’re Not Randomising Content


Netflix, like Youtube, has a lot of choice. There are literally thousands of dramas, movies, and documentaries to choose from. Sometimes, it can all get a little bit overwhelming, and many people just stick to the content they know.

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But to really enjoy Netflix, you’ve got to break out of your viewing rut and try watching something new - and different. The great thing about Netflix is that you never really know what hidden gems you’ll discover on the network since it has so much to offer. The AllFix Google Chrome extension adds a randomize button to your browser, allowing you to get more randomized content in your Netflix feed.
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