Send and receive remote control signals"
A review by John

The same way your TV set uses a remote for control is the same way you can do on your computer. The power behind this function is the Infrared signals that aid in transmission and receiving of signals. This is a lightweight application that needs no installation for it is just a package of the executable file that you launch on the system files and finally initializes itself on the system tray. It is a simple and straightforward application although, when you first open the main window you may experience errors which you solve using the next Window. The errors come as a result of the plugin configurations.

Compatible with major programs

It supports many popular multimedia players such as ChrisTV, BSPlayer, Media Player Classic and more.

You are free to switch on or off the third-party integrations as long as you still run your operations with minimal effort. The right-click aid in the movement of the icons at will. You can also manually edit the receiver type and the port number just to improve on the signal quality. What a tool to run all the remote services on your computer in just a few clicks.

WinLIRC is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in system miscellaneous category and is available to all software users as a free download.

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Jim Paris Scott Baily
Last Updated On
July 30, 2019
Runs on
Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP
Total downloads
File size
2,6 MB

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