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The Mii Channel allows Wii users to create caricatures in the likeness of whoever their desire called Miis.
Each Wii console can hold up to 100 Miis, and up to 10 can be saved on individual Wii Remotes for out-of-the-house use.
Nintendo and Opera Software recently announced the release of a free beta version of the Opera's forthcoming Web browser specifically designed for the Wii.
According to Nintendo, console owners can download the Flash-enabled browser through the new Wii Internet Channel and use it to browse the Web.
As of Wii Menu 3.0, the News Channel displays two scrolling headlines at one time on the Channel's Wii Menu icon, and three scrolling headlines after the user click's on the Channel's Wii Menu icon.
There are a variety of additional Channels that Wii users may enjoy other than those included on the Wii hardware.
New Channels are generally available for download on the Wii Shop Channel.
These Channels may be backed up to an SD Card if necessary.
By updating the Wii console's firmware, connecting one's Wii to the Internet, and downloading additional Channels/software and updates, one can gain access to new Channels and features, all of which are selectable from the Wii Channel Menu. However, when the user enter the settings option located on the bottom left corner, or enter the SD Card Menu, the background will change black.
Virtual Console Channels are Channels that allow users to play their downloaded Virtual Console games obtained from the Wii Shop Channel.
Each game downloaded has its own Channel slot, with the Wii Menu icon's animation alternating between the game's title screen and the logo of the video game console it originated from.
Both companies have not announced plans to sell that browser in other markets outside of Japan.
Originally announced in a press conference on September 16, 2006, the Wii Channel Menu is the Wii's Operating System; this menu is what all Wii users see after passing the unit's "Health & Safety" screen upon start-up.
The Wii Shop Channel allows users to download and/or purchase additional software for their Wii consoles, which appear as new Channels on the user's Wii Channel Menu after the download is complete.