Microsoft's Internet-based remote-access tools let you quickly fix Windows problems on far-away PCs. Here's how to use them.
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According to posts on Apple's support forum, owners of new iMacs are suffering from performance problems, including extremely sluggish playback of Flash-based video.
Even as its engineers grapple with an "endless reboot" problem, Redmond toots its horn about 'Action Center,' Windows 7's automated troubleshooting system.
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BoxTone product aims to provide easy-to-access, step-by-step issue resolution instructions to users, so they can solve their own problems without calling on IT.
Network Inventory Advisor saves time from manually maintaining a list of PC software and hardware details, even alerting you if an employee makes a change.
Rove Mobile Admin could reduce your technology downtime by letting IT workers manage issues from a smartphone.
Techinline lets you troubleshoot remote PCs, trimming the cost of just walking down a hall to flying across the country.