WinLIRC, the Windows port of the Linux Infrared Remote Control package. Control your computer via remote!

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  • Great project!

  • This is the smallest and most efficient infrared remote control software. I use it with a script to control Windows and any application I want. All you need to do is to find the right remote control configuration or create one with IRRecord.exe. If you are using an universal remote control, you can download the Phillips RC5 configuration file and enter the Phillips TV code for your remote.

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Great software, simple and easy to install+)

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Good and useful software

  • great product

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2001-03-16