If you're a radio enthusiast and you own a Usenet account, you might combine the two by turning to Usenet Radio, which enables you to play audio files from Usenet like you were listening to a radio station.

Installing this product on the target computer should pose no difficulty, not even for inexperienced users, since it only requires you to launch the setup utility and follow the on-screen instructions.

During the setup, you can define the destination folder where the app should be deployed to, and at the end of the process you can set the program to be launched automatically after the installation is done.

Visually-wise, this app doesn't exactly stand out, as it boasts a pretty simple, familiar layout, which will make it even easier for novices to handle its controls without significant efforts.

More so, after you launch Usenet Radio, you can view a demo on how the app works and how it should be used, in order to familiarize yourself faster with its controls.

Considering that you already have a Usenet account, you can type your credentials when you launch the application, so that it can connect to the servers and fetch the desired data.

The app actually connects to several newsfeeds, fetches audio files and plays them continuously, simulating a real radio station that you can easily control from the main screen.

All in all, if you're looking for a tool that can help you play audio files directly from Usenet and make you feel like you're listening to a radio station, you should consider giving Usenet Radio a try. It can be installed on the target computer without significant efforts and its interface, although rather plain, ensures that even novices can make use of its functions.