Mobile Net Switch v3.74

Software, InterNet Tools. January 17, 2009 by CONFiG.
Mobile Net Switch v3.74

Mobile Net Switch v3.74 | 2.60 MB
Mobile Net Switch - The Network Connection Manager

Mobile Net Switch is an award-winning and feature complete program for Windows XP and Windows Vista. It enables you to use your computer on more than one network or location with the click of a button. Mobile Net Switch allows you to automatically switch network related settings on the fly based on location profiles. With the click of a single button you can set Drive mappings, Internet connection settings, Printer settings, IP settings, Wi-Fi settings and much more!

This unique program allows you to:

* Configure IP Addressing, WiFi settings, Proxy Server, Drive Mappings, Default Printer, Dynamic outgoing (SMTP) mail server, Time Zone and much more for each location you use your machine.
* Switch these settings without needing to restart your machine
* This program doesn't require administrator privileges and works on Windows XP and Vista (and Windows 2000, 2003, 2008 and Windows 7).
* On Windows Vista, it doesn't trigger User Account Control (UAC) and doesn't require 'Run as Administrator' !
* ...and it can do much more;
Windows is Multi-Tasking, Mobile Net Switch makes it Multi-Network.


Mobile Net Switch is a network switch utility, also called a netswitcher (network switcher), multinetwork manager, network profile manager or network connection manager and enables you to create multiple network profiles.

The program has been designed to allow you to switch between several network profiles instantly, without needing to restart your computer. It also incorporates a professional yet easy to use interface and even allows you to enable none-admin users to configure network settings without technical knowledge. It's the best network connection program. Switch network profiles instantly!


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