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Wayk Now – A Free Instant Remote Support Tool for Windows...

Wayk Now, currently still in public beta, is a new remote support tool from Devolutions, a company behind my favorite Remote Desktop Manager. It...

Free Windows Admin Tools for Everyday Windows Administrators

If you are a Windows system administrator, this Free Windows Admin Tools is going to help you optimize your day-to-day operations with ease. Developed...

Mosh a New and Better Way to SSH Remote Server

If you have used SSH to remote control any Linux or Unix server, you will know that you need to reconnect to the server again every...

MobaXterm is a Super Charged SSH and Remote Desktop Tool For...

In today’s complicated IT technology stack, more and more people have opted in more diversified technology stacks. Even Microsoft’s own cloud service Azure acknowledges...

Remote Manage Your Servers on Windows 8.1 with Remote Server Administration...

Managing servers through Remote Desktop is cool but won't be very efficient when managing more than a few servers, even with the help of...

XBian Keep Your Raspberry Pi XBMC Fast and Remote Accessible [Guide]

Raspberry Pi has been out over a year now, the buzz around this amazing tiny computer isn't as hype as before. With that said,...

Splashtop Is A Better Alternative To Windows RDP

One of the limitation with the build-in Windows RDP is that users aren’t able to remote control a computer concurrently simultaneously while another user  has...

Chrome Remote Desktop Lets You Remote Control Your Computer Right From...

To clarify first, this Chrome extension is a remote control software that has nothing to do with Remote Desktop Protocol widely used in Windows....

How To Remote Shutdown Windows 7

Say you have more than few computers running on a local network. And if you don’t feel like running around to turning off...

Remote Control and Manage Windows 7 through Remote Desktop Protocol

If you don’t know what RDP is, you probably had missed a great feature all years long since Windows XP. Yes, it’s a protocol...