Tuesday, June 19, 2012

LogMeIn Free 4.1 – Remote Access Central for Windows and Mac

Another remote access control software for your PC and Mac – LogMeIn. Remote access is controlling a PC or network of PCs and sharing files, documents with others from another location, just like you connect from home. LogMeIn is the software which can access remotely and connect to your PC via internet.


Basic Requirements for LogMeIn:
  • Internet Connection.
  • No PC admin rights are required.
  • No Firewall and proxy configuration or router.
  • Operating Systems – Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, Server 2008, 2003, 2000, 98 and NT.
  • Web Browsers – IE 7, Firefox 3.0 or greater, and Google Chrome 2.0 or greater.

How to use LogMeIn?

1) First, install LogMeIn latest version of Free or Pro software in your PC or Mac.

2) Please ensure that to run the program on host PC (the computer which you are targeting).

3) Please ensure that the host computer is turned on, has an internet connection and doesn’t get into Sleep or Hibernation Mode. If the host computer is in Sleep or Powered Off mode, use “Wake Up LAN” method to wake it up.

4) Next, go to www.LogMeIn.com.

5) If you have a LogMeIn account, sign-in to your account with Email address and password. If you don’t, register via https://secure.logmein.com/products/createaccount.aspx

6) On the Home tab, click the connection option to gaining access of a computer.

7) Click the “Main Menu” to connect to the host Menu for remote access and click on the computer name to start accessing the host PC.

8) Click the “Dashboard” -> “File Manager” for advanced remote access configuration.

9) Log in to the PC using any of the two authentication methods – Username & Password or Computer Access Code.

10) Upon successful authentication, LogMeIn session starts and you could share the files you choose.

What can LogMeIn do?
  • Can remotely access your Windows PC or Mac OS X systems via internet from any location.
  • Can access multiple remote systems.
  • Can access from any web browser.
  • Can manage the files, folders, documents, and everything on your PC desktop. You can even open files, check your email, and run programs.
  • Copies or shares files between two inter-connected computers.
  • Remotely initiate a computer, when your computer sleeps.
  • Remotely reboots or reconnects your system, even in safe mode.
  • Chat with colleagues who use your PC at office.
  • Can be very useful while giving project presentations like sharing your files, desktop viewing, etc.
  • Sends basic reports on user access usage and session logs.
  • Encrypts your shared data and connection with AES 256-bit encryption method.
  • Protects your PC with SSL/TLS intrusion detection, where your PC doesn’t get affected by intruders and hackers.
  • Hides your system IP address because of security reasons.

You can also connect PC from iPad/iPhone and other Android devices. For that, you need to install LogMeIn on your Mobile or Tablet PC. You can even try LogMeIn Pro version for features like full remote access, file transfer, remote printing and file sharing.

To know the download information, features and pro account details, please follow the download button.


Tuesday, June 19, 2012 by naresh kumar · 0

Friday, June 15, 2012

RocketDock 1.3.5 – Mac-Style Application Launcher

ROCKETDOCK has slick interface to launch applications on desktop via beautiful dock. This is an added Taskbar, as it shows minimized windows as icons on the dock (similar to Windows 7). RocketDock is mainly used for easy access and disposition.

RocketDock interface is inspired from Mac OS X taskbar or dock, which has discreet footprint and perfect icon transitions. The only drawback in this application is the ‘Main Settings’ is not there, where you can customize by adding/removing icons. A secondary settings menu is available which can be accessed by right-clicking on the dock itself.

  • Real-time window previews in Vista.
  • Better accessibility and productivity.
  • Window Minimization to the dock, which is similar to Windows 7 and Vista.
  • Drag-n-Drop Interface, for dropping shortcuts on the dock.
  • Multi-monitor support.
  • Shows or indicates you the running applications on the dock itself.
  • Animated, zooming and transitioning icons.
  • Basic Customization.
  • Supports PNG and ICO icons.
  • ObjectDock, MobyDock, RK Launcher and Y’z Dock Docklet skins are compatible.
  • User-friendly interface and navigation.
  • Runs smoothly and firmly even on slow processing computers.
  • Completely Freeware.

Download RocketDock’s latest version 1.3.5 and start accessing programs in a new way. RocketDock is supported in Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Me, 98, and NT operating systems.

Friday, June 15, 2012 by naresh kumar · 0

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

WeFi – Connect Wi-Fi Anywhere

In present world, most of the people have Smart phones and Laptops as their main source of retrieving information via internet. And this is done using Wi-Fi or Data Cards. Most of them cannot afford to take Wi-Fi connectors or Data cards with them, while travelling or while shifting locations. So, here’s a solution for those people who are in need of Wi-Fi connecting service called WEFI and it’s absolutely free of cost.

WeFi is a modern software application which can used mainly in Laptops to find secure and strongest locations. The process is done automatically, right from finding, selecting and connecting the best wireless networks in surrounding areas.

WeFi is the one of the widely used wireless networking software or mobile application which possesses more than 100 million Wi-Fi hotspots in its database.

How does this WeFi work?

1) Click on the Wi-Fi Maps tab and enter a street address in your surroundings.

2) WeFi will show you the possible Wi-Fi hotspots to connect.

3) Once you find the hotspot(s), double-click to connect and start using free wireless internet.

4) You can use your Facebook account login details to sign-in WeFi.

Coming to the latest version WeFi 4.0, the interface is quite nicely designed for normal users, such as easy navigation, new connection modes, automatic connection to any Wi-Fi host or connection via approved Webspots.

  • For Android: Version 2.1 and higher.
  • For PC/Laptops: Windows 7, Vista and XP (32-bit and 64-bit) with Wi-Fi connectivity enabled.
  • For Symbian: Any Nokia Wi-Fi enabled device.

To know more information and download the latest version of WeFi choosing your best device for Wi-Fi connectivity, click below download link.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012 by naresh kumar · 0

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Launchy 2.5 – Open Programs with Keystrokes

You may be using Start Menu or Desktop or Docking Menu to launch programs and files in Windows OS platform, which is known to be the easiest way or shortcut. But, LAUNCHY is an application which is very handy tool used to open programs, files, folders, documents, and even websites (bookmarks), with few keystrokes.

Launchy is one of the best known PC tool available, which runs in background and opens any program with a few keyboard strokes. This tiny software is free to download which is of 4.5MB size.

How Does It Work?

1) Launchy runs in background and even skinnable to system tray.
2) When you click on Launchy icon, a text box appears which asks to enter required program, file or document name.
3) As soon as you type the first letters of a program, Launchy instantly displays the full program name.

4) Press Enter to launch or open the program.
5) If the program or file isn’t there in your PC, the Launchy application shows a list of programs or files which are related to the text you’ve entered.

More Features:
  • Easy to control and master the application.
  • Simple and User-friendly Interface.
  • Absolute and Limitless Performance.
  • Displays website names from your default browser’s Favorite file.
  • You can replace and forget Start Menu or Windows Explorer.
  • Recommended application for any user who wants to have faster access of their PC programs.
Launchy is supported in Windows 7, XP, Vista and 2000 operating systems and the latest version 2.5 is available for download.


Wednesday, June 6, 2012 by naresh kumar · 0

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Belarc Advisor – PC Security Consultant

There may be many security softwares to protect your PC from internet and computer threats, but as the famous proverb says “Prevention is better than Cure”, you must know the weak and strong points of your computer system. Hiring a professional would be expensive for home PCs. This is where Belarc Advisor comes into action.

BELARC ADVISOR is the most powerful and free personal PC audit program to analyze your computer weak and strong points and prepares a detailed report which includes installed software and hardware, antivirus status, and many more. It displays the report through your default web browser. This information is kept safe and private and not sent to any server.

As said earlier, Belarc Advisor doesn’t fix the problems, but only offers you the complete analysis of your PC and advices to improve and repair. This is very useful for home PC users, who want their systems to be secure and update.

Coming to Belarc Advisor installation process, any of the previous versions will be removed automatically. Before installing this product make sure that your firewall software does allow applications to connect to the internet. Then only the installation will work.

  • Displays complete report of every software and hardware installed, security standard references, missing Microsoft hotfixes, network inventory and antivirus status.
  • Uses Center for Internet Security (CIS) test to reveal overall security level and displays report on default web browser.
  • Shows the kind of RAM you are using and which RAM slots are engaged.
  • Completely free and single PC use only for non-commercial purpose.
  • Retrieves keys or serial numbers of softwares installed.
  • Supports Windows 7, XP, Vista, 2008, 2003, 2000, NT, 98 and 95 OS (32-bit and 64-bit).
  • Supports IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera and many other web browsers.

Download the latest version Belarc Advisor 8.2g from its official website.

Sunday, June 3, 2012 by naresh kumar · 0