You need to attach a monitor cable from your computer to the TV via the monitor (VGA\DVI) input on the back, many flat screen TVs will have this input but this also means your computer's video card must have a second display output. If your TV is not near your computer you will need an extra long monitor cable to reach it, I would recommend buying one from cablesforless.com, I got 25 ft one for like $15, I think 50 ft one is only like $20 (crazy!) Once you connect the TV to the computer using the above method, you now need to righ-click on a blank area of the desktop on the computer and select Properties. On the Settings tab click the number two (2) monitor then put a check in the box next to "extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor". Now on the TV (monitor) make sure you select the input for the computer to be displayed, this could be called "computer" or "VGA" or "DVI", etc. Now typically by default the secondary display (your TV) will be to the right of your computer monitor so if you move the mouse all the way to the right out of the screen it should show up on the TV. Now if you want to watch movies on the TV simply open the Internet browser (probably Internet Explorer) but don't maximize it so that you can move it by dragging the title bar of the window. Drag the window all the way to the right so that it is now on the TV, now maximize it then log on to Netflix and watch movies. (if you have Win XP Media Center Edition, you can watch Netflix through that - using a controller! (big plus)) ...but what if your computer doesn't have dual display outputs (two video output jacks) or your TV doesn't have a computer (VGA/DVI) input? The cheapest thing would be to just buy a "Netflix ready" device which is kind of like a DVD player in that it hooks up directly to your TV you just need to hook that up directly to the internet via a wireless or wired connection and are typically about $100. Have a PS3 or XBox 360? If so you don't have to do anything, they are already "Netflix ready" if so google it for instructions.