Internet Tools | HiDialer 2000 Standard 3.2.19 build 1110
Author: K&G Software Group
Date: 03/05/2005 09:33 AM
Size: 799 KB
License: Shareware $26.95
Requires: Win All
Downloads: 14373 times
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As networks grow and technology advances further we tend to switch to broadband connections. However, dial-up connections still seem one of the most appropriate and cost-effective methods for SO\HO environments. Modems that operate over common telephone lines are still convenient and robust enough for most home and small office electronic communication needs.
However, connecting to an ISP using ill-thought built-in Windows tools may be tricky on busy lines. Besides connecting via modem there is a task of keeping the connection alive as long as we want it to be and a task of monitoring connection speed and performance, keeping stats, re-dialing the lost connection and many other tasks a dialing program of our dreams should be able to accomplish. Finding and installing all the required software may take a lot of time. Needless to say purchasing several solutions from different vendors will surely cost you much. So, is there a workaround?
Yes! There is! Introducing HiDialer 2000, the unique dialing and connectivity software intended to take your modem connection headaches away bringing order to information havoc.
HiDialer 2000 allows establishing connection to your ISP in several seconds, using its patented dialing technology. Besides its major purpose, the application is capable of synchronizing time with atomic clock, automatically connect, disconnect and re-connect to ISP on failures and log all sessions times. Throw in automatic applications launching on connecting to Internet, convenient scheduling and highly informative stats and you get the right application for all your dialing needs! HiDialer 2000 is available in standard and professional variations providing cost-effective licensing for individuals, companies and ISPs.
Limitations: 30-day trial
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