Once you have made the decision to switch to satellite television software for your computer, you'll need to find a service that is right for you. Not all satellite software is equal, and each service has its strengths and weaknesses. We've compared two of the best to help you make your choice. Satellite TV for PC Elite currently offers 3000 channels. Overall, the image quality is very good and the software is easy enough to install. Currently, you'll get programming from over 78 countries. It will work with any version of Windows and it is spyware free. Costs for this software range from $45 on the low end, all the way up to $200, depending on where you find it. Overall, it is a good deal, but we found that the Titanium version had a lot more features. Currently, Satellite TV for PC is offering the Titanium Edition for $99.95. This is a one-time fee, and there are never any other subscription fees with this service. You'll get access to over 4, 000 channels, which is more than 1, 000 over the Elite Version. In addition, you'll also get access to radio stations and some other extras that really make this worth the additional money.