I read you will offer Radmin for free to people with disabilities. I highly commend you on this progressive action.
I have a spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis and as a result spend a few more hours in bed than I would otherwise because I need people to help me to bed and if I stayed up as late as I wanted they would probably not help me! So, I go to bed with unfinished computer business but with Radmin I can keep working on my desktop from my laptop as long as I want. This has helped me immensely.
Radmin is so stable and it's the best solution I have used for remote access. I look forward to further improvements I read about on your support section.
Personally, I will happily continue to pay for Radmin because I can but I know others less able to do so than me will really appreciate your action.
The test comparing Radmin remote control against a selection of competitors has been carried out at the test laboratory of Famatech company.
The server components were installed on one computer (Computer A) and client components on a second computer (Computer B). Computers were connected together on an isolated network to eliminate the possible influence of incidental factors. The software was configured to display the screen of remote Computer A on the client Computer B. On Computer B screen capture software was started capturing operations initiated by a special script.
The following operations were chosen for this test: Opening Display Properties window, Screen Saver preview, Browsing contents of the Wallpapers folder with Windows Picture Viewer.
The conditions of the test
The speed tests were performed on an ethernet 100Mb LAN using the following systems: