Remote Explorer is a client and server remote access innovative. Your system does not allow the user to only access the other computer via the Internet or an internal network, but an integral control system accessed.
You can explore your computer exactly how to access folders on your own PC with navigation through folders and files. Just have installed the Remote Explorer on your system and the remote computer as well as an open door for communication between systems on the firewall on both devices.
In the same way that you can connect to the remote system, it can connect to yours. The following list explains what you can do and the computer accessed to interact:
File System: quite similar to Windows Explorer, the navigation system in the Remote File Explorer allows the user to control more accurate and comprehensive than that provided by the Windows tool. You have autonomy to copy, paste, cut and delete files normally, and in addition to this can rename multiple files or folders at once. An advanced user can develop even more powerful forms of control through commands in C #.
You have the option to visually compare files and folders, with options for local synchronization, remote or both at the same time (merge). Audio and video files can be watched via streaming, and viewing of images allows the user to decrease the file size for a faster opening.
Registry: similar to the Windows Registry Editor allows the user to navigate the computer registry accessed and delete values.
Running Processes: another feature similar to a Windows function. Resembles the File Manager where you can view information about the processes open and running on your computer accessed. You are allowed to terminate a process.
Services: access to services running on the remote computer. You can stop, start, pause, or resume a service by this function.
System Information: Works like the System Information window under Windows, and allows the user to retrieve information about installed hardware and operating system of the device accessed.
Devices: similar to Device Manager, and displays device information installed on remote computer.
Capture Devices: allows the user to view real-time capture devices (such as capture cards TV and radio) installed on the remote computer. Enables streaming of the media captured by the system.
File Transfer: allows the user to download and upload to and from the remote computer accessed. It works much like an FTP client, and allows you to continue the transfer if it is interrupted due to dropped connections or other obstacle.
Screen Capture: tool for viewing the computer screen accessed.
Search: allows you to search the file system and registry of the remote computer.
Performance Monitor: similar to Task Manager allows the user to view real-time graphical form the CPU usage, memory, disk and network activity.
Activity Monitor: monitors the remote system activities such as creation, deletion and modification of files and folders (including shares renaming files and folders).
Command Prompt: identical to the Windows Command Prompt. Typed commands have their effects on the remote computer.
Chat: tool for communication between your computer and the server that is accessing the information.
Remember that, unlike the remote access system used in Windows, Remote Explorer does not log a user in the system, and does not prevent the remote user to use the computer while remote access is being done. All actions taken in Remote Explorer are displayed on the computer that is accessing only, making it ideal for network managers and maintenance on computers defective.
Remote Explorer is a great tool maintenance. The client can access all the necessary functions in Windows that would be used in a possible restoration process, and allows the user complete control of the Windows.
Unfortunately the program only works if installed and open on two computers, allowing the remote user to disconnect the client at any time by simply closing the program.
However, it is still a great option for computer maintenance, and worth being tested by managers of networks of any size.