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If you want to make your TV as the main screen then you need to inter-change the screens only. You can easily do that by right clicking on the desktop and going into the graphics software you are using and inter change the screen. Make 1 as 2 and 2 as 1. :-)
If the volume playing music or on any other site is ok, then its just down to the tv program you are watching, most web players have a volume slider, is the volume up full?
If it is you may need to use a pair of speakers or headphones
You are very lucky that you know the date the problem started. This will make it easier to find out what caused this slowness. I'd suggest you go and check your firewall reports up to yesterday's date to find anything strange and run a malware scan. Slowness can indicate spywares that utilize your system and grind the hard disk for the information it is programed to collect. Also check if there were any other installations that took place yesterday which may have corrupted the system or is incompatible with the system. If my suggestions work, please do rate me. Thanks
Normally, a TV tuner device (card/USB) is required to be able to receive and therefore watch TV program(s) on any computer. What TV/Capture card is being used? Additionally, on what Operating System and is it cable TV or aerial antenna.