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PC Remote Control softwares has recently seen a surge in popularity. You can connect from your mobile phone or such devices through Bluetooth, WiFi or Infrared (IR) to your PC or laptop and gain control of it.

Consider that you can view and control desktop, Mouse, PowerPoint, iTunes, WinAMP, Windows Media Player and much more.

Lecturers or People who have to present their project slides using powerpoint find this solution so intersting. They may probably know there are some remote devices in market which facilitate their presentation and reveiw their slides wirelessly. These devices usually cost over 120$; But if they own a mobile phone (as anyone does these days) and a PC Remote Control software installed on their PC or laptop, so they can successfully cut that cost.

There are various commercial or free softwares for mentioned issue with varying capabilities that should be considered while purchasing them.

If you use Bluetooth connection, therefore one of Toshiba, Windows, BlueSoleil and Widcomm/Brodacom is installed on your PC or laptop as bluetooth stack. You should check if PC Remote Control software can support your Bluetooth stack type. Recently It has seen that some softwares are not compatible with Toshiba BT stack and cause CPU usage to 100% and system failure.

I have tested some free PC Remote Control softwares. Most of them are in beta version or limited capability. Also Commercial softwares cost under 20$ which really worth.

“Vectir PC Remote Control” and “Blueshareware Phone Remote Control” are the most famous ones. The first costs about 19$ (in some cases free, refer to www.vectir.com” for details) while the latter about 12$.

I have tested both of them. Unfortunately “Blueshareware” reaches CPU usage to 100% if you use Toshiba bluetooth stack which results in system crash or failure, but “Vectir” goes fine.

Also with “Vectir” you can use WiFi instead of Bluetooth if both your mobile phone and PC have WiFi connectivity. Although this feature also exists in “Blueshareware” but it does not work because it can not identify ip for WiFi connection.

Infrared is activated for both of them.

Furthermore you can easily add more personal commands to “Vectir” which enable you control your pc or laptop more.

Although “Vectir” costs 7$ more than “Blueshareware” but I think it really worth it because of its automatic connectivity easyness and also its professional featurs.


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Just going back to the Microsoft MVP Summit in Seattle and the first of three flights welcomed me right a little surprise – WiFi on the plane! Im also having fun with Windows phone 7 themes It is not something revolutionary new, but I have not yet had the chance to use it, primarily because of high prices. I did not expect that today will be different but kicanjem the neighbor’s computer, I discovered that access to the Internet – free. Specifically, sponsored – the first one looks commercials, then voluntarily reported to the mailing list and then even bivate thrown on the Web site sponsors – all but a small price to the fact that you surf. The plane. Free. Unlike many free things, this is simply awesome. Sometimes, as a break in communication with the ground, which is somewhat expected, but it is not related to turbulence (surfing the turbulence is another story). All protocols are working properly (e-mail, web, ftp, vpn, mobile applications), except as prohibited items, such as Skype. This is a U.S. Airways flight, and the service is available when the plane was over 10,000 feet (about 3,000 meters). I made a small speed test – the results are devastating, but obviously the test is not suited for this type of approach. Subjective impression of surfing is much faster, so I’d dare to say that something is amiss. It is interesting also to see that the “exit” on the Internet is located in Los Angeles, although the route of flying to a whole other side of the country. Otherwise, free Internet in the United States is nothing new – there is almost no major airport that does not provide free Internet access, a wireless airport network performed almost flawlessly – not like here, where as soon as they join the tens of people, there is a breakdown of the system.


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