Remote Control 3.1
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What's new in Remote Control 3.1:
- CHANGE: Un-needed lines of code removed or cleaned.
- CHANGE: Global method used for writing save files (needed for bugfix #3)
- BUGFIX: Can't open folders. It can only run programs.
- BUGFIX: Write button writing button name despite invalid inputs.
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- Hardik Manktala
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- C: \ System \ Launchers & Shutdown Tools
To prevent either of these from happening in the future, you can rely on Remote Control, a reliable app that allows you to launch multiple items from a centralized interface.
Easily launch files and folders
One of the main advantages of using Remote Control is that is does not require any installation, which means that no additional entries will be created within Windows Registry. Also, you can simply carry it on your portable device and run it whenever you need to.
Before getting to enjoy the functions of Remote Control, you need to associate the files and folders you want to launch with one of the buttons from the main window, so you can later open them with a single mouse click.
Briefly put, you will be required to enter the path to the file or folder you are interested in, type in a relevant button label, as well as choose its button. From this point on, you will only need to click a button and its corresponding item is opened.
Perform Google searches
Furthermore, you can also use Remote Control to quickly search Google for a word, phrase or expression, without needing to first open the browser.
In other words, even if your default browser was not initially open, the application automatically opens it then performs the search you entered.
To wrap it up, Remote Control can come in handy to users who are looking for a quick way to launch both files and folders, as well as quickly perform Google searches right from their desktop.
Remote Control was reviewed by Giorgiana Arghire, last updated on April 20th, 2014
Runs on: Windows All