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Remote Control PC< のgiveaway は 2009年7月27日
Remote Control PC はLANまたはインターネット上でPCをリモートコントロール。
Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista
I hope GAOTD team are not being charged for this because it already FREE for non-comercial uses!
From the vendors about us page at:
"Remote Control PC is free for non-commercial usage. It is the best offer individual customers may find in the Internet. The reasonable prices and high quality of the software makes the product a real treasure for small, medium business and big corporations."
And the for comercial part seems to just rent an account to allow time limited account based access rather than IP/host name access.
So, I guess you have to install this software on BOTH machines - once for the host and once for the client. That means registering it TWICE with GAOTD. So you have to have access to both computers before this offer ends, otherwise you end up buying one copy, or not using it at all.
Sharing my list of free tools - for Remote Access/Control Software.
Apart from the usual VNC versions (each with varying mix of features)
Free for web conferencing between 2 people.
Free for non-commercial, personal use
Free - IPN (Instant Private Network)
Most people have probably heard of many of the list - but Remobo is a new one - and has support across all the major platforms (Windows, Linux and Mac - including OS X Tiger).
Remobo is still in Beta - but keep an eye on it (especially those who remember back to the days before hamachi was taken over by LogMeIn). I looks like it could shape up to be the VPN you use when you don't know you're using a VPN (and you don't know what one is either).
The Windows Vista "Application Error" isn't a smart thing to publicize in your screenies. :S
I'll pass on this offer, thanks!
May I suggest some freeware:
TightVNC: VNC-Based Free Remote Control Solution
RealVNC: VNC Viewer provides a number of options allowing its behaviour to be tailored to your needs.
P.S. I bragged in my Name. xD
Similar to RealVNC, however, Real's free version is unencrypted, and their encrypted version is 30 bucks. I suppose that since Remote Control PC is free today, it might be worth a look, since it offers 128 bit encryption. The fact that they seem to tout the simplicity of "no host router configuration" leads me to believe that this connects via port 80, and that it's java-based. It may be worth a little research to uncover any potential security issues before trying to do Windows updates and Defrags on your mom's computer.
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