iTALC is a network monitoring tool built specifically for helping you perform remote operations on others computers. It can be used for educational purposes, as you can help other people perform various operations on the PC.
It sports a clean and straightforward interface that gives you the possibility to take snapshots of the remote desktop, use the overview mode for seeing the actions performed on the selected computers, and send text messages to the students.
What’s more, you can show a demo presentation (either in full screen mode or in a window) to all the students connected to your workstation, and let students reveal their presentations.
Other important features worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to logout the selected user, as well as power on, reboot, or shot down the remote PCs.
There are several configuration settings designed to help you make the program run at Windows startup, enable the logging mode and limit the log file to a specified size, and set up the network parameters (e.g. allow connections from local host only, enable HTTP connections).
Last but not least, you can select the saving directory for the snapshots, and make users ask for permission when using certain authentication methods, as well as save settings to a file.
During our testing we have noticed that the tool carries out a task quickly and without errors throughout the entire process.
All things considered, iTALC offers an intuitive layout and a handy set of features for helping you view and control multiple computers in your network. It can be mastered by all types of users, regardless of their experience level.