While we are working hard to get more apps to support Growl for Windows, we know there are a lot more apps out there.
The easiest way to let us know which apps you want to see supported is by leaving a comment in the Supported Application Wishlist thread.
Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it.
Update Star Free and Update Star Premium come with the same installer.
Check out the ever-expanding list below to see which applications already support Growl for Windows.
And it should be networked with my home computers and automatically back itself up over the network. The closest thing on the market is a so-called home media center that will distribute movies, music, and your own content to multiple rooms. As an aside, the system would only need to back up a database of what movies, music, and video games you own, and not the actual content.
But there is no reason to think it won’t be developed in the future.
I came to this conclusion while searching for a home system that would deliver recorded TV shows and music (i Tunes) to several rooms in the house, with each room controlling its own content.
Additionally, this would only work either from a Blu Ray disc or a Blu Ray disc image/structure, so you were out of luck if you had ripped your Blu Ray discs into formats like mkv.
This was less then ideal for me since whenever I purchase a Blu Ray movie the first thing I do is rip it to my server in either ts or mkv format, so I would need to reformat my Blu Ray rips into a Blu Ray structure and also pay to use one of the 3rd party softwares.