Net Cruiser was designed a remote control program for windows platforms. It is a powerful tool which allows users to manage and work on many remote computers in a single station. NET Cruiser allows the user to remotely control any computer, running under the Microsoft Windows system in a TCP/IP local area network or the Internet. The user can see a remote desktop on his or her own screen and use the mouse and keyboard to control the connected computer remotely. NET Cruiser displays the screen of another computer (via Internet or local area network) on your own screen. The program allows you to use your mouse and keyboard to control the other computer remotely. It means that you can work on a remote computer, as if you were sitting in front of it, regardless of distance between computers. The solution of NET Cruiser allows you to: Self-configure and build server setup file. Display the remote computer screen on your screen in real-time. Use own keyboard and mouse to control the remote PC. Switch view only and full control. Manage local and remote host File system, transfer files between local and remote machine. Manage local and remote host registry system. Retrieve remote computer's system information. Manage remote computer's current running processes. Manage remote computer's current windows. Manage and control the remote computer's services system. Execute command line on the remote computer. Manager remote computer's share objects. Retrieve remote computer's clipboard information. Perform some broadcast operations remotely, such as: shutdown, reboot, terminate service etc. Send box message and screen message to remote computers. Tracing remote computer's keystroke. Stress testing target host by using many more remote computers. Startup the build-in HTTP and/or FTP server, NET Cruiser make your computer as a HTTP and/or FTP server
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003
System Requirements 30 MB of RAM and 18MB of disk space.
Date added 20 Feb 2010
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011
Tags Remote computing,remote control,Cruiser,remote controller,Net Cruiser,remote desktop,stress test,rebound connection