Most, if not all, users know that every computer is assigned an Internet Protocol address (also known as IP) which can be used to identify it on the network or on the web. It often happens for these IPs to be dynamic which makes it very hard to remotely connect to the PC in question - and this is where No-IP DUC can come in handy.
Once users install the application, they need to create a dedicated account that would them to assign an easy-to-remember name to their computer. Basically, the dynamic IP address or a long URL gets mapped to a more friendly address, such as username.no-ip.org. In other words, No-IP DUC can be of great use to those who want to remotely access their computer even if their dynamic IP changes.
Due to this setting, they will be able to remotely connect to their PC computer from work or any other location. Alternatively, one can choose to run a personal website, launch their DVR, and even run a FTP, game, or mail server.
When users have several computers, they can assign a different name to each of them so they can easily identify them. However, those who want to manage numerous hosts will need to purchase a license and upgrade to a paid plan.
Furthermore, an upgraded plan also ensures that your newly created settings work all the time, and the application is guaranteed to have 100% uptime, thus allowing you, your clients or your friends to remotely connect to your PC whenever it is needed.