ShowMyPC.com launched Remote PC login service, which allows users to log into their PCs remotely from anywhere in the world without any need to registration. ShowMyPC software uses its pool of servers in the middle located across the globe to interconnect users. This service is offered free of cost for personal users.
With ShowMyPC, users can create their own access information on the machine running the service. After that, they can access the machine from anywhere using the same information. As the service uses open source and standard software products like VNC and SSH for secure access and no passwords are ever stored on any central server, the service is secure, a company statement said.
ShowMyPC says that it is a community for online collaboration, providing tools for instant collaboration to service providers and users. The tools on its website are meant for online collaboration, desktop sharing and remote PC access, as an alternative to subscription based sites like WebEx or Gotomypc.
Once installed, the program of ShowMyPC works just like Windows on every start of the PC. There is no log-in required even on re-starts and this service works through most of the firewalls and home routers. With these features, the program is ideal for business travelers, company statement said.
In addition to this, ShowMyPC.com has made significant strides with its desktop sharing and instant file services since its launch 4 moths ago. There have been over 1.5 million downloads. The company’s instant support community will help users of service providers online instantly. This community brings people who need help closer to service providers instantly.
In addition to remote log-in, ShowMyPC also provides instant file storage and sharing service. In this service, files are shared via an SSL of 128-bit encryption. Companies remove files older than two days. Those who want them save for longer periods will have to buy an unrestricted account.
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P.R. Sai is a contributing editor for TMCnet.