I’ve been a happy user of Famatech’s RADMIN for a few years now. It was introduced to me by a vendor who preferred using it for helpdesk support. Back then we cursed PC Anywhere for its sluggish performance and huge appetite for memory. RADMIN (or Remote Administrator) was a great improvement for us.
I quickly began using it for internal support, presentations and remote access. It always surprised me that more people weren’t familiar with this handy app. The new version 3.0 is packed with new features that might just launch RADMIN out of the minor leagues.
The video technology that makes RADMIN run so efficiently, Direct Screen Transfer®, has been improved. Text and voice chat are also now offered to improve usability for demonstrations. Radmin 3.0 was one of the first remote control apps to be certified fully compatible with Windows Vista. Features like this have earned it a 5 cow rating on TuCows and 5 stars from Download.com.
If you’ve ever wished you could access your work computer from home (or visa versa), provide network support real-time or make presentations painlessly I suggest you give RADMIN a try. Licensing is incredibly affordable at $49, especially when compared to alternatives like GoToMyPC. You can download RADMIN and try it free for 30 days from www.radmin.com.