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RideWay, formerly known as Internet Transit, is a simplified and cost-effective client-server application designed to allow multiple users simultaneous access to the Internet using one modem, one phone line, and one Internet account. Installing RideWay on a Windows PC will allow many users to browse, email, and transfer files from any computer on the LAN without having to pay for extra phone lines, Internet accounts, and expensive routers. A special dial-on-demand feature, network troubleshooting tools, access restrictions, logging, and step-by-step instructions are included. RideWay also can be used as a remote access tool for dialing your company's Internet connection from home. New in this release are step-by-step configurations for beginners and support of RealAudio, chat, and newsreader applications.
Price USD50
License Free to try
File Size 1.28 MB
Version 2.2
Operating System Windows NT Windows Windows 95 Windows 98
System Requirements Windows 95/98/NT
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