Have you ever arrived at school or the copiers with your floppy or CD and discovered that your latest paper did not exactly make a successful transition from the hard drive? Ever been away from home and wished you could get at your computer for just a second to get some contact info? There are any number of reasons why setting up your computer for remote access is a good idea, and PCstats is going to show you how to do it.
The ability to access files and information on your computer over the Internet is useful for work and play, as well as being just plain impressive in a geeky kind of way. Several technologies are available to enable this kind of access. They range from from the shared file system built into most versions of Windows up to the proprietary systems developed for such software packages as PCanywhere by Symantec.
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