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  1. laur01erin

    laur01erin Member
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    Hi guys,

    Go to PC Monitor - Monitor and manage all your PC's on the go from your iPhone, iPad, iPhone Touch or Android.
    Monitor and manage all your PC's and Servers on the go from your Android, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch using a fully secured SSL connection for both computer and mobile device.
    The release candidate for Android is now available for download and it's feature complete.
    PC MONITOR FEATURES
    • View the status and uptime of all computers
    • View the current CPU usage
    • View the local hard disks status
    This is just a short list of many features of this app!
    I will appreciate your comments on support@mobilepcmonitor.com
     

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  2. Rokcet Scientist

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    OR you could try free-for-personal-use Teamviewer to take over your home PC's or Mac's desktop remotely through your phone, from wherever you are. Secure. No set up. It just works!
     
  3. rkkeller

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    The Dog Pound.
    Also RDM+ at rdmplus.com works well but not free if you want to control your computer.
     
  4. mmihalec

    mmihalec New Member
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    Whoever tried to remote desktop on a small screen to control a PC knows how hard it is. Try right click, or stop a service... you first have to find the window, scroll, select service, go to the top, hope to be able to press the correct button... RDC on mobile phones is a mess. Having a dedicated app that's using the native touch base UI interface of the device is another matter... And this is what mobilepcmonitor.com app is trying to do. More features need to be added but having the ability to start/stop any service, kill processes, log off users, start/stop scheduled tasks, restart, shutdown... I think it's a good start.
     
  5. laur01erin

    laur01erin Member
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