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Wireless Networking Magic

Posted by cotojo on July 18, 2007

Eliminate Printer Sharing, File Sharing and Wireless Networking Hassles.

Home networking is hard, no doubt about it.  But Network Magic makes it easy to do all the things you want to with the computers and devices in your home.  Things like sharing printers and files across all your computers, monitoring Internet use, and repairing broken Internet connections. No more emailing files to yourself just to print them out, no more wondering about where your kids are surfing on the Internet, no more waiting around for “the repair guy” to fix your wireless Internet.

With Network Magic you can…

Print from any computer in your home
Share files between all your home computers
Monitor Internet use and Web sites visited for any computer in your home
Pinpoint & repair Internet connection problems
View a live map of your network 

Protect your wireless network from intruders (most routers supported)

When you download Network Magic for the first time, you get a 7-day FREE trial of Network Magic Premium (full-featured version).  After your 7-day trial, you can either purchase Network Magic Premium to retain all features, or continue using the Network Magic Free Version.

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6 Responses to “Wireless Networking Magic”

  1. cotojo said

    Fernando – I do NOT advocate that anyone purchases the premium version. If they use the 7 day limited version there are no problems with setting up a wireless network with file/print sharing that they require, then remove the program as the settings remain intact without interference.
    I have advised many others on how to use this effectively and without problem.
    On uninstallation it does not open ports for advertisements and popups, I would suggest that this is your firewall settings or a malware infection, which is most likely the cause of the problems that you have experienced.
    Thank you for your comment.
    Have a good week,

  2. fernando said

    don’t use network magic! i bougth a d-link router that came with NMagic, in the beggining everything was fine! but when your premium expires it becomes almost useless, you only keep your network map! but the troubles come when you uninstall it… it opens ports so that advertisements and other undesired stuff arrive to your pc freely and block most of the bigger webpages (such as yahoo, gmail, hi5) on your webbrowsers (i used 3: Iexplorer, mozilla FFox & opera)! if you are thinking on installing it on your pc… dont do it! if you already have… be sure to know of some expert on networking when uninstalling it

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  4. […] easiest way to set all of this up, especially if you are a novice, is to use Network Magic.  This will set up ZoneAlarm permissions for sharing, add printers etc to your wireless […]

  5. cotojo said

    Sandy – My teenage daughter was doing the same so I used this to set up her laptop to the printer connected to her mothers pc. Great little program, hope you find it useful :o)

  6. Until I read this, I thought I was the only goose who emailed herself to print documents created on the laptop. Thanks for these links.

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