Soluto, as coo as the other side of the pillow

If you’ve been looking for a fresh way to remote into computers and fix problems with ease, I’ve found a solution. It’s called Soluto. Now you can manage all of your (and your family members’) computers from one web interface. It’s in private beta, but I’ve got invites for anyone who wants to try it out.

To get a quick overview of Soluto check out this vid:

All you need to do is install the Soluto system tray app on their computer (Windows only for now, I know Mac haters), and you have full control over the troubleshooting of that machine without having to deal with screen sharing or other clunky options. You can open up Soluto’s web interface on any computer and see all the PCs you’re currently troubleshooting (up to 5 are allowed for a free account), and perform any of the following actions:

  • Get information about recent “frustrations”, like freezing or crashing apps and crashes, and loss of freshness.
  • Change the default browser, get rid of toolbars, and free up memory by uninstalling browser add-ons that they don’t need.
  • Push silent upgrades to stop freshless apps and make sure they’re safe and up to date.
  • Track fan speed, temperature, and battery wear, so you can tell them when they might need to go in for repairs.
  • Install apps for them with the click of a button, like Skype, Dropbox, antivirus, and more.

Nothing beats the ease of use of Soluto’s new web interface—-it gives you tons of control, without needing the other party present. Obviously, there’s something to be said for teaching them how to keep their computer fresh, but when it seems like you’re talking to a wall and want to go cray cray on somebody, it’s probably just easier to push those app updates for them.

This is just the beginning of Soluto’s fresh new project; a lot of other features are currently in the works, including support for Macs and mobile phones.

The invites aren’t unlimited, so if it doesn’t work, let me know and I can send you another code.

Grab Your Off The Chain Copy

Just head to the link, use the code, and then sign up for an account mane:

Code: sethsentme


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