If watching Person of Interest has taught me anything it’s that the ability to access your computer when you need it the most can be extremely important. Any situation can pop up that could require someone to log on to their computer and get what they need. But what do you do if you need your computer and you’re not at home? Using and purchasing remote desktop software seems to be the solution to this problem. Fairly easy to set up, you’ll be able to access your computer no matter where you are in the world. A new addition to this market of products comes from Remote Utilities. It features a secure way to solve this problem and even connect to multiple computers.
Of course, we’re always looking for ways to save our money. That’s why when people hear there’s the option of a free home edition, they’re quick to sign up right off the bat. Did you know though that the commercial version, which yes you have to pay for, comes with a lot of features the free edition doesn’t have? To me, that’s worth the cost. Here you’ll be able to have multiple user accounts for a single host and the ability to keep your host settings protected.
That’s not all though. You’ll also have your own server and WinNT security. The most important feature the paid version offers is the option to reject remote connection. If you weren’t sold before, we have a feeling that will do the trick. Computers hold our whole lives. We input all our important details into these machines every day, from credit card numbers to our plans for the weekend. Are you willing to take the risk by missing out on all these features the commercial version has?