If you are a system administrator or just a tech-savvy person that you friends or colleagues approach with computer problems, you may occasionally need to take situation under personal control instead of spending hours pointing them in the right direction. There are a number of ways to remotely control other computers, but one tool stands out from the crowd by offering a comprehensive feature pack wrapped into a clean and intuitive interface — AdvancedRemoteInfo.
AdvancedRemoteInfo is a compact tool intended for remote system analysis and reporting for Windows-based networks. It allows you to connect to any PC in your LAN and obtain detailed information about these systems: installed hardware, network settings, shared resources, printers and other peripherals, users, policies and much more! With AdvancedRemoteInfo, you can control the processes running on remote systems, start and stop services, send messages, install/uninstall software, take screenshots, control the power of remote PCs and even perform the same operation on multiple machines in the network at once — all that can be done with surprising ease and efficiency! The application is also capable of generating complete hardware/software reports in the Excel XLS, CSV and HTML formats, which may be handy for configuration monitoring, further analysis or communication with support services of hardware or software vendors.
If you need centralized control over computers on your network or just need occasional access to your friends computers to make quick fixes, AdvancedRemoteInfo will be a welcome addition to your collection of must-have software!
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