Windows IP Changer is a small application developed to quickly change the IP of the installed network adapters.
This kind of operation usually requires a bit more advanced computer knowledge, especially because you have to access specific computer settings, so Windows IP Changer could come in handy to basically all user categories.
The interface is nothing special and while this could sound really awful, it's not, especially because it perfectly brings the main features in the spotlights. It's plain and simple and groups all options in a single screen for one-click access.
Besides the fact that it shows the current IP and the installed Windows version, Windows IP Changer requires users to input the local IP address and the wireless IP address they wish to switch to. A DHCP option is available too, just in case your network supports this protocol.
As you can see, Windows IP Changer is not the kind of app you're expected to use every day, not if you're a rookie at least, but it clearly serves its purpose pretty well.
There's no help manual, but just some brief instructions, and the application requires administrator privileges when launched on Windows 7 workstations.
Overall, Windows IP Changer indeed serves its purpose, but there's no doubt that a revised interface and a more intuitive approach could come in very handy. A help manual may also lend a hand to rookies and so may features such as user-defined profiles and hotkeys.