Networking Connectivity HiDialer 2000 Pro

HiDialer 2000 Pro 3.2.19 Build 1110 for Windows

by K&G Software Group

Avg. Rating 3.9 (7 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Shareware, $34.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 791
Publisher K&G Software Group
Homepage HiDialer 2000 Pro

Publisher's Description

HiDialer 2000 is a multipurpose utility designed to assist you with DUN (Dial Up Networking) connections to the Internet. It allows you to easily establish an Internet connection by simply selecting it from a handy icon in your system tray. It can automatically launch one or more of your favorite applications after an active Internet connection is established (such as your browser or email program), and then close them after disconnection. You can schedule your computer to automatically connect to the Internet, automatically adjust your computer's clock to atomic time, automatically redial lost connections, and much more. The "Keep alive" function prevents your ISP from disconnecting you due to inactivity on your side. Other features include logging, online cost tracking and multilanguage support. It also shows your connection speed and the time duration of your Web sessions, and it supports several skins.

Latest Reviews

chief

chief reviewed v3.2.19 Build 1110 on Sep 11, 2006

You can use the implemented function in WINDOWS XP - is free too ;-)

Zulithe

Zulithe reviewed v3.2 Pre-Release Patch 9 on Jun 2, 2003

Hmmm interesting program.
I would like to see a program like this that can connect you to AOL (subscribers to the service, of course) WITHOUT actually needin to use the AOL client.

Something that can bypass it perhaps, and trick the network into thinking you are using it.

Avg. Rating 3.9 (7 votes)
Your Rating
chief

chief reviewed v3.2.19 Build 1110 on Sep 11, 2006

You can use the implemented function in WINDOWS XP - is free too ;-)

Zulithe

Zulithe reviewed v3.2 Pre-Release Patch 9 on Jun 2, 2003

Hmmm interesting program.
I would like to see a program like this that can connect you to AOL (subscribers to the service, of course) WITHOUT actually needin to use the AOL client.

Something that can bypass it perhaps, and trick the network into thinking you are using it.

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