Monitor Your PC with Your Android Device
XDA member laur01erin brings us this very nifty program that will allow you to control and manage your home PC or your server via a secure SSL connection with this server-client type app. PC Monitor will allow you to manage internal resources in your PC such as CPU management, up time, memory status, hard drive, and more. It will even allow you to log people off and power off the computer also. The app is very versatile and will serve greatly for those people who are constantly away and need to ensure that their computer is running smoothly.
If you would like to have a feel for the app, please make sure that you leave some feedback for the dev to improve the app further.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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