Oct 28 2013, 3:06am CDT | by PR.com
Jacksonville, FL, October 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Retina-X Studios, internet monitoring and computer software developing company has released an upgraded version of their prestigious software Net Orbit on 22nd Oct 2013. It was a lot of hard work and team work for many months that now has both the software and updated website ready for customers. With the upgraded version of Net Orbit, users get many additional features with their network monitoring software.
The extended list of surveillance features include live monitoring options such as live screen view (one can also see the full view), live view of active window/events, live keystrokes typed, recent history, frequently accessed documents and open ports. The logging features provide logs of all websites accessed, applications on the PC, keystrokes, chat/IMs, files/folders used and all emails.
The Administrative features give employers, administrators and authorized personnel remote ability to lock, unlock, freeze mouse, run screensaver, block/close applications, chat with any employee (client), broadcast a message, annotate or write live on any user's screen in the network and much more. They can also enjoy full remote control access to any PC in the LAN network and filter websites, apps, social media websites and chat messengers from their desks.
The current update has enhanced the simplicity and ease of use. The website is completely updated with full user tools and FAQ (s). There are screenshots for how to install the software and simple step by step details so that anyone is 100% equipped to use the software just like a ready to install application. All cost and purchase details are on the web page and there is also a 15 days trial period together with a 24/7 live chat support tool.
Retina-X Studios, LLC
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Retina-X Studios, LLC, 13453 North Main Street, Suite 201, Jacksonville, Florida 32218.
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