Advanced Virtual COM Port

by KernelPro Software

This software allows you to create software virtual serial ports

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: KernelPro Software

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Advanced Virtual COM Port is the first application of its kind that includes both local and network virtual COM port functions.It can share your real COM ports or it can create virtual COM ports and connect them with a virtual null-modem cable locally or through a TCP/IP network or the Internet.You can connect to a shared port and use it just like it is on your machine. Virtual serial ports created by the program look and work the same way as real ones look and work.

- Virtual COM Ports appear to the system and applications like real ones - Virtual COM Ports work like real ones - Hot Virtual COM Port creation and removal (no need to reboot the computer) - Once created, Virtual COM Ports persist in the system until you remove them - No need to have physical serial ports (except for the physical ports sharing function) - Higher data transfer rate than on hardware serial ports - Up to 255 Virtual COM Ports can be created - PnP, WMI support - Flow control emulation supported - Easy port state monitoring - Ability to temporarily remove all ports without losing their configuration

The virtual COM port seems like a really innovative and cool idea. It eliminates the need for multiple ports since it can create virtual ones through a number of different ways. The only thing I think would be a problem is since they can be created via TCP/IP, that makes a persons computer susceptible too hacking. I think, I am no tech expert, that gives access to the hard drive and other essential files of a computer. Beyond that I think it is a great idea.
I've been using Advanced Virtual COM Port on a shared port and can comment it works fantastic. I'd definitely recommend without hesitation. This was real easy to set up for a novice or technician. I'm enjoying the benefits of this handy work around. Thanks so much.
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