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ControlMyPc makes it easy to access and control your PC or Mac from anywhere in the world, remote access never been easier, with integrated mouse pad and media remotes to control your Computer and favorite media players comfortably.
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With ControlMyPc you can add several computers(any windows version 32/64bit/Mac/both)and connect to them simply by selecting them from a list that you create, zoom in/out, click on your screen naturally, fits to any screen size and any device, tested on many devices.
The main goal is to simplify for you the access to your computer from a remote location, and the design of the app following this rule, you can change many features but you can also use the default settings. You can say that it works just like you Wanted !
•Easy to use, fast, reliable and secured
•Connect to your computer using an email address (NEW)
•Easy to use online user guide, you can access it from any where, showing you everything you need to know to make the most of ControlMyPc, you can also find tips to help you achieve specific tasks with ControlMyPc that might won’t be obvious at first glance.
•Single/double click on your device screen just like you would do with your mouse -=Without a cursor=- (cursor can be added too), click on your screen naturally like a computer touch screen, which makes ControlMyPc easy and fun to use.¤ High Precision ¤
•right and left mouse clicks available in a separate buttons too
•Multi screen support
•Sound support(streaming the sound from your computer)
•Soft keyboard or QWERTY keyboard support(you can use both too), supporting all symbols.
•3D App navigating, like in the picture, with one click.
•Zoom in/out in various ways to support any device running Android OS
•File support, Forgot a file at home ?! , that won’t be a problem any more, download it straight to your Device( or SD card)fast and easy. Do you have an important files on your device that you would like to backup on your PC/Mac ? do it from anywhere in the world, transfer pictures, music, documents and any important files that needs to be backed up,or just transfer files with no wires (with easy to use browser).
•Integrated mouse pad, letting you control your PC/Mac with your device with no need of keyboard or mouse.for example : you are viewing your PC on your living room T.V, no need to get up from your couch, the friendly mouse pad is in your hand(keyboard too),control your PC from your couch, fun and easy.
•Media players remote control, control iTunes, Winamp, windows Media Player, Divx, while you are walking around your house or maybe while you are watching a movie and you want to control the playback from there, do it all from the palm of your hand. with style: several backgrounds and skins for the remotes to choose from create the remote you like
•any screen size support, no matter what is your device screen size or resolution, ControlMyPc fits itself to your device, for best performance and quality.
•Easy settings letting you set ports, mouse sensitivity, and more…(you can use the defaults which is recommended)
•Keeps your Desktop aspect ratio.
•choose Quality over speed, letting you decrease the picture quality to gain speed(in case that you have a slow connection at some place)
•Support is always available(reply fast), helping with any process.
and much more, see recent changes on version 3.2 and visit ControlMyPc help page to get more info about this great product, enjoy!
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The Canon Color imageClass LBP7660cdn ($500 street), a workhorse color laser printer for a small office or workgroup, provides typical speed, a solid feature set, and above-average output for a printer at its price. It’s a very respectable choice, although its running costs are on the high side.
The LBP7660cdn , white with an off-black top, is box-shaped with a curved front edge. It measures 13.6 by 16.3 by 19.7 inches (HWD), bigger than you’d want to share a desk with, and weighs 49 pounds. It has a standard paper capacity of 300 sheets, split between a 250-sheet main tray and a 50-sheet multi-purpose tray; it has an automatic duplexer for printing on both sides of a sheet of paper. if you need more capacity, an additional 250-sheet tray is available ($199 direct).
In addition to Canon’s host-based UFR II driver, the LBP7660cdn comes with both PCL and PostScript drivers.
The LBP7660cdn can connect to a computer via USB or to a LAN by Ethernet. I tested it over a USB connection with a computer running Windows Vista.
Speed and Output Quality
Our standard procedure for testing business printing speed is to test using the printer’s default settings. Canon is one of the few printer manufacturers that makes duplexing (double-sided printing) the default on most of its recent printers. Thus, we tested the LBP7660cdn in duplex mode, which tends to be slightly slower than simplex (one-sided) printing.
I timed the LBP7660cdn on our business applications suite (using QualityLogic’s hardware and software for timing), at an effective 5.1 pages per minute (ppm), a typical speed for a color laser at its price and in line with its 20-ppm rating (for both color and monochrome) that’s based on printing text documents without graphics or photos. It slightly lagged the Editors’ Choice
Dell 2150cdn ($399.99 direct, 4 stars), and was slightly faster than the Editors’ Choice Xerox Phaser 6280dn ($649 direct, 4 stars), which came in at 4.5 ppm. both the Dell and Xerox were tested in simplex mode.
Output was very good, with text typical of color lasers and photos and graphics both slightly above par. Text quality was good enough for most all internal business uses, though not up to demanding desktop publishing standards.
With graphics, the colors were well saturated. Minor issues included dithering (the tendency for solid areas to break up into fine graininess) and banding (a regular pattern of thin lines of discoloration). in one graph depicting very thin colored lines, the lines were barely visible. Graphics were good enough for internal business use up to and including PowerPoint handouts, though I’d hesitate to use them for documents meant to try to impress an important client.
Photos were slightly above par for a color laser. I noticed some mild blue tinting in a couple of images, and there was occasional loss of finer detail. Photos were good enough to use for marketing materials such as real estate handouts.
Running costs for the LBP7660cdn are 3.9 cents per black-and-white page and 17.2 cents per color page, both high for a color laser. The Dell 2150cdn’s cost per page is 2.4 cents per black-and-white page and 14.3 per color page. The Xerox Phaser 6280dn’s running costs are 3.1 cents per monochrome page, 15.8 cents per color.
The Canon Color imageClass LBP7660cdn provides good output quality as a workhorse color laser printer for a small office. It has very similar specs to the Editors’ Choice Dell 2150cdn, identical monthly duty cycles (40,000 pages per month) and slightly higher paper capacity (300 sheets, to 251 for the Dell). They’re comparable in speed and output quality. The Dell, however, not only costs $100 less, it has substantially lower running costs. you save $15 per 1,000 black pages and nearly that in color pages compared with the LBP7660cdn’s toner costs.
The Xerox Phaser 6280dn also offers lower running costs than the Canon. As it’s nearing its end of life, it can be bought for a little over $300 from many e-tailers. It offers greater paper capacity (400 sheets) and a more robust duty cycle, while providing high-quality output, especially for text and graphics. that said, the LBP7660cdn is a very solid printer with good-quality output, and worthy of being on the short list of anyone shopping for a color laser printer to anchor a small office.
More Laser Printer Reviews:
• HP Laserjet Pro 300 Color MFP M375nw• Brother MFC-9325CW• Samsung SCX-4835FR• Canon Color imageClass LBP7660cdn• Canon imageClass D1370• more
There are a number of solutions that let you access a remote PC as though you were sitting at that computer. some, like LogMeIn and GoToMyPC must be purchased.
Teamviewer.com will let you install free software on two computers and let you control the remote PC from your own computer. both PC’s must be connected to the Internet. If you have two PC’s in your home, you can test everything by connecting those two.
If you’re looking for a simple, free solution for accessing Windows PC’s inside your home or business network, see my article about Microsoft Terminal Services Console on EzineArticles.
TeamViewer is free for personal use. Business users pay a fee.
After clicking through the setup wizard, each user will be given an ID and a Password. I’d recommend clicking along through the wizard while you talk on the phone with the remote user, so you both choose the same settings. some browsers automatically fill in default settings, some don’t. when in doubt, choose the first option on a list, or use common sense.
If you wish, the installation will create an icon on the Desktop that will instantly launch the ID and Password screen, making future access much simpler. the remote user can even choose to let you in automatically in the future without a Password, but some people are nervous about leaving their PC this open.
If you will be the user controlling a remote PC, you’ll need to obtain that ID and Password from the remote user. a phone call, an online chat session or an email will let them tell you their numbers.
If the remote user is nervous about a random stranger accessing their PC, remind them that only they will know the ID and Password codes that permit each access.
Plug in the remote PC’s ID and Password on the dialog box on your PC and you’ll gain immediate access to their computer. your mouse and keyboard will control their PC, and you’ll see what’s on their monitor. their colors on your monitor may be limited and pale; carrying the extra information needed for millions of colors is not really needed. This enables your mouse and keyboard actions to occur almost instantaneously.
Security features may prevent you from a few actions on the remote PC. If the remote PC’s firewall software sees that a request is made to open a new port to the Internet, you may be unable to authorize it remotely. for example, if you launch Microsoft Word on the remote PC, then click on ‘Help’ and ask for extra Help information from Microsoft’s website, their firewall will recognize a new attempt by that PC to access the Internet. the firewall’s job is to make sure that the user, and not a virus, is making the request.
Their firewall will block the connection until someone clicks the ‘OK’ button to authorize it. As a remote operator, you might not be able to click ‘OK’ — it must be done by the remote user. everything else will work fine, but the extra Help information will be shut off until the remote user authorizes it. so, you may want to make sure they’re available by phone, just in case.
You can launch software on the remote PC, transfer files between the PC’s, enable HotKeys, and use other handy features. you could do the setup for a new printer on the remote PC, but the remote user would still have to plug it in, turn it on, put the installation CD in the drive, and let you back in after a reboot.
Your monitor will have two Start Menu’s, two Desktops, etc. — yours and theirs. Just pay attention and you’ll keep them straight.
Passware, a computer forensics and password discovery company, on Tuesday said it discovered a way to get passwords from a Mac running OS X Lion. however, it may not be as dire as it seems.
[ad#Google Adsense 300x250 in story]While the implication is that you can plug in the Passware Kit Forensic into someone’s Mac and walk away with their passwords, Lion and security experts I’ve spoken with said it’s not quite that easy.
Here’s the bad news — if you leave your computer unattended, with no screen lock, and you are logged in, yes this software could most likely steal your passwords. If you do that, you probably won’t have a computer when you get back, so passwords are the least of your worries.
Here’s the good news — If you are running with password protected login and screen lock enabled (the default settings in Lion), then it is unlikely that this software can access your passwords. FireWire is secure until you enter your password, I’ve been told.
I was contacted this morning by Dmitry Sumin, president of Passware, who says the software can still get the passwords.
“This is not true,” said Sumin. “even if you have a login password enabled, automatic login disabled and your computer is locked the software is capable of extracting your password. that is the problem unique to Mac OS X. Windows does not store login passwords unencrypted in memory.”
The other issue is with Apple’s FileVault security and privacy application. Passware says that it can grab passwords regardless of whether a user has FileVault enabled or not. Apparently, this too isn’t accurate. I’ve been told that if FileVault is turned on, it also turns on screen lock which means that when your machine is unattended the screen lock runs, and you’re protected.
Update 2: 10:09 am PT July 27 — Added quote from Passware President.
Update: 6:45 am PT July 27 — clarified the conditions under which the hack will work.
Now I am unable to use the laptop, because he can't remember the password. what I want to know if anyone can tell me how to reset the laptop cmos/bios. Diagrams of motherboard layout and location of cmos battery would help please!
If you can open your laptop your safe. Just remove the CMOS battery or remove the reset jumper and put it back on.
On many modern motherboards, you have to remove the battery and short out two small pins on the motherboard in order to empty the CMOS memory and reset the password. You'll lose all the other motherboard settings, too, however. If the default settings are the correct ones, that's not a problem, but if they aren't, it might take a while to figure out how to fix the settings so that the PC runs correctly again. Consult the manual for details.