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FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.5 Final  

Posted by Dizel_ at June 17, 2013
FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.5 Final

FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.5 Final | 10.8 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.4 Final  

Posted by Dizel_ at June 21, 2012
FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.4 Final

FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.4 Final | 10.4 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.3 Final  

Posted by Dizel_ at March 1, 2012
FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.3 Final

FabulaTech USB over Network 4.7.3 Final | 10.4 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

USB over Network 4.7.2 Final (Server + Client)  

Posted by Dizel_ at Dec. 21, 2011
USB over Network 4.7.2 Final (Server + Client)

USB over Network 4.7.2 Final (Server + Client) | 8.55 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

USB over Network 4.7 Final (Server + Client)  

Posted by Dizel_ at Aug. 18, 2011
USB over Network 4.7 Final (Server + Client)

USB over Network 4.7 Final (Server + Client) | 11.7 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

USB over Network 4.6 Beta 3 (Server + Client)  

Posted by Dizel_ at April 21, 2011
USB over Network 4.6 Beta 3 (Server + Client)

USB over Network 4.6 Beta 3 (Server + Client) | 8.6 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

USB over Network 4.6 Beta 2 (Server + Client)  

Posted by Dizel_ at April 19, 2011
USB over Network 4.6 Beta 2 (Server + Client)

USB over Network 4.6 Beta 2 (Server + Client) | 8.6 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

USB over Network 4.6 Beta (Server + Client)  

Posted by Dizel_ at April 12, 2011
USB over Network 4.6 Beta (Server + Client)

USB over Network 4.6 Beta (Server + Client) | 8.6 MB

You can easily share an external USB drive or a printer over a network.Lab instruments, scanners, cameras, card readers, bar code scanners, PDAs, USB keys and others are usually considered to be non-shareable. Thus, normally you need to move your USB devices from one computer to another. Sometimes, though, this is not an easy task, especially when you need to use a device that is physically located in another building or even another city.USB is the standard interface used by most modern computer devices today. But, USB was designed to connect electronic peripherals only to a single computer.Previously, the only way to share a non-shareable device was to buy an expensive hardware USB switch. A hardware switch takes up space, consumes power and is often quite expensive.

FabulaTech USB Over Network Server v4.5.3  

Posted by Artist14 at Nov. 30, 2010
FabulaTech USB Over Network Server v4.5.3

FabulaTech USB Over Network Server v4.5.3 | 4.2 Mb

Work with the remote USB devices over a local network or Internet as if they were connected directly to your local PC.
Moreover, this functionality can be easily integrated into your software.
Usually, when you need to use any USB device (like scanner, flash-memory, etc) you plug it into USB port of your computer. But for all that, the device is accessible only for the computer it is plugged into. And what if someone else needs to use the same USB device?

USB Over Network 4.5.2 (Server + Client)  Software

Posted by yuriandrea at Nov. 12, 2010
USB Over Network 4.5.2 (Server + Client)

USB Over Network 4.5.2 (Server + Client) | 8 MB

USB over Network allows you to work with the remote USB devices over a local network or Internet as if they were connected directly to your local PC.