Anyplace Control 6.0.0.0 for Windows

by Anyplace Control Software

Avg. Rating 3.5 (34 votes)

File Details

File Size 5.1 MB
License Shareware, $38.00
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,545
Publisher Anyplace Control Software
Homepage Anyplace Control

Publisher's Description

Complete evolution in remote PC access, support and desktop management. Now you can monitor multiple systems in a single action, make necessary settings, transfer files or conduct an interactive training. Anyplace Control provides the ability to support all Windows versions including Vista which comprises the majority of PCs all over the world.

Designed to operate over your network or Internet securely without the need for router configuration, Anyplace Control provides an optimal solution for remote support and personal use. Software includes: File Transfer between PCs; Copy and Paste between PCs; restart and shutdown remote pc, lock remote mouse and keyboard, turn off remote monitor, etc.

Latest Reviews

mannacio

mannacio reviewed v5.0.5.2 on Feb 1, 2011

My 30 day trial was abruptly terminated after 1 day with no explanation. The-mail to customer support in Kazakstan went unanswered so I have neither an explanation nor an apology. The tool works with only certain web browsers (not Opera, for example) and does not tell you when it fails (if that is your defaul browser) why it did. File transfers were abruptly terminated with no obvious explanation and at the speed the go you might as well use SendThisFile. I am glad I didn't send them any money. What could I have done if they took the money and terminated my service after 60 days. Go to Kazakstan? Sue them? BTW I found a Trojan on my machone the day after downloading the software. This is a very rare occurence with the protection I have so it seems like more than a coincidence. I would avoid dealing with these people.

smfranzen

smfranzen reviewed v4.1.1.0 on Oct 30, 2007

VictorAnderson,

As is evident by your comment, you don't know what your talking about. Any time you want a lesson on networking, let me know.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v4.0.5.0 Beta on Jun 27, 2007

Rating a 3 (neutral).

smfranzen - you need to learn how to use VNC or how to setup networks properly if you have those kind of problems.

smfranzen

smfranzen reviewed v3.0 on Apr 14, 2006

Not the best, but very good. To answer the other reviewer's question, name me one FREE VNC distribution that is as stable and capable as a commercial product like RemotelyAnywhere. Before you answer UltraVNC or TightVNC, I've tried them and they don't come close. The development has also been very slow on these. Other good options... Remote Contro Pro and Dameware Mini-remote. One is free for home use and the other is $89.00 for unlimited nodes. The only big advantage of VNC is strong cross-platform support.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (34 votes)
Your Rating
mannacio

mannacio reviewed v5.0.5.2 on Feb 1, 2011

My 30 day trial was abruptly terminated after 1 day with no explanation. The-mail to customer support in Kazakstan went unanswered so I have neither an explanation nor an apology. The tool works with only certain web browsers (not Opera, for example) and does not tell you when it fails (if that is your defaul browser) why it did. File transfers were abruptly terminated with no obvious explanation and at the speed the go you might as well use SendThisFile. I am glad I didn't send them any money. What could I have done if they took the money and terminated my service after 60 days. Go to Kazakstan? Sue them? BTW I found a Trojan on my machone the day after downloading the software. This is a very rare occurence with the protection I have so it seems like more than a coincidence. I would avoid dealing with these people.

smfranzen

smfranzen reviewed v4.1.1.0 on Oct 30, 2007

VictorAnderson,

As is evident by your comment, you don't know what your talking about. Any time you want a lesson on networking, let me know.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v4.0.5.0 Beta on Jun 27, 2007

Rating a 3 (neutral).

smfranzen - you need to learn how to use VNC or how to setup networks properly if you have those kind of problems.

smfranzen

smfranzen reviewed v3.0 on Apr 14, 2006

Not the best, but very good. To answer the other reviewer's question, name me one FREE VNC distribution that is as stable and capable as a commercial product like RemotelyAnywhere. Before you answer UltraVNC or TightVNC, I've tried them and they don't come close. The development has also been very slow on these. Other good options... Remote Contro Pro and Dameware Mini-remote. One is free for home use and the other is $89.00 for unlimited nodes. The only big advantage of VNC is strong cross-platform support.

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