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Gbridge - Advanced remote control utility
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If you want to control a computer remotely, over the Internet or a network, you have to look for specialized software. Usually, they consist of two modules, for the client and the host and you may need to go through a large number of settings. Gbridge provides an excellent solution for controlling remote computers, as well as chatting or sharing files. If you and your friends have Gmail accounts, you will be able to create a private network, where you may share your desktop or control other computers without too much effort.

Gbridge is freeware, so you can enjoy its functionality for as long as you want, without encountering any restrictions, hidden fees or annoying adds. It works on Windows 2000 and all the later editions, up to Windows 7. The setup wizard will install an additional network drive, which you must allow, if the operating system asks for confirmation.

When you launch the software, you must log in, using your Gmail credentials. You can think of Gbridge as a small social network. You have to add one or more friends, before sharing any files or controlling other computers. Your friends, pending friends and incoming invitations are organized in a tree structure, on one of the interface's tabs. If a pending friend accepts your invitation, the software will move him to the Friends folder automatically. You may chat with your friends on separate windows, which contain options for sending a desktop sharing invitation.

Besides friends, the software displays your own computers, in the same tree structure. You can use your Gmail credentials to stay logged into Gbridge, on multiple computers, at the same time. If you are logged in, on other computers, they will appear on the program's interface. You may start controlling your own computers right away, by selecting them from a sub-menu, after clicking an option, on the program's toolbar.

The software's capabilities do not stop at controlling remote computers. It provides a series of unique features, for sharing or synchronizing files or creating backups. Folders are shared in a secure fashion. All you have to do is select one, on a standard Open dialog. Once selected, you may allow specific users to access your folders, by clicking a series of check boxes, on a separate window. It is also possible to set up a password and exclude files with certain extensions.

Shared folders are displayed in the previously mentioned tree structure, under the appropriate users or computers. If you have permission, you can explore a folder's content, on your default web browser. The best part is that you can activate an auto-sync feature, which copies the files automatically, on a regular basis. After selecting a destination folder, you can set the program to synchronize the files once every few minutes, hours, every day, at a certain hour and so on. Additionally, you may select different options, in case the remote or local files are deleted or if the local files are modified. Gbridge allows you to create backups as well. The procedure involves three steps, during which you must create a shared folder or select an existing one, set the program to store your files locally or on one of your remote computers, select a destination folder and decide how often should Gbridge back up your files.

Gbridge makes it quite easy to control remote computers. You can add your friends to your private network, share files, synchronize them, create backups and more. The software provides clear instructions for any task. It provides numerous features and it is absolutely free.

You can use the program only with a Gmail account.

Gbridge makes remote control much easier. Its smart features allow you to synchronize your files and back them up, between multiple computers, without any difficulties.

You can download Gbridge free here.
About the author: Frederick Barton
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Gbridge has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 16 Nov 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Gbridge 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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