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Network Browser for Pocket PC
Posted on 9-Aug-2004 17:51 | Tags Filed under: Software


Network Browser for Pocket PC
The Network Browser is a fully featured network browsing and diagnostic tool with user friendly interface designed to be similar to a desktop version of the file browser. Now you can easily access your corporate network or play MP3 files stored on your desktop's hard drive.

  • Displays the network layout the same way as on a desktop OS.
  • Instant access to shared files without mapping drives.
  • Instant access to remote desktops via the Terminal Server Client.
  • Allows to map and disconnect network drives.
  • Print plain text files on network printers.
  • Network configuration tools and tweaks.
  • Enables "Network" folder for the permanent drive mapping.
  • Edit "hosts" list to resolve network names.
  • Ping and Trace route TCP/IP tools
  • Supports landscape mode for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition






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