Connectify for Windows is a manageable software router for laptops and smart phones. Using Connectify users can share Wi-Fi connection using a cable modem, a cellular card, or even other Wi-Fi network. Different additional Wi-Fi enabled devices can see and join your Connectify hotspot similar to any other Wi-Fi access point and are kept safe and secure by password-protected WPA2 Encryption.
Connectify can readily act as a repeater for your home router, expanding its range and rendering Internet access wherever you need it. Being user-friendly and free to download, it saves money on multiple Wi-Fi connections and is a right choice to share Wi-Fi connection. In the current age, there are a wide variety of Wi-Fi enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets, e-readers, and gaming systems but having Connectify running on a laptop turns your laptop into a personal wireless hotspot, not only that, you can run a Connectify hotspot without an active Internet connection. Thus by Connectify you can possibly have wireless access to shared folders or drives on your network as well as the ability to play LAN games with others.
Connectify also provide to share the Wi-Fi connection with the help of Connectify Peers feature. Any number of PCs running Connectify on the local network, whether connected or not to your hotspot, can be seen in this list. You can also browse their services and transfer files. Connectify will provide you with a link to a local web page, if the other device isn’t running Connectify. The other user can connect to the web page, which is running on your laptop, and download the file also the web page provides a link to download Connectify, so you can send files effortlessly in the future. This mechanism is also applicable to computers not connected to Wi-Fi at all. If you’re running Connectify on your desktop computer, then you can drag and drop files back and forth from the Connectify Peers list in the Clients pane. The pro version adds some more functionality, but we are more interested in discussing features of free version only. If you’re looking to control your laptop fan speed then try SpeedFan. The new Windows 8 users are also awaiting to enable such function on their newly installed OS. We will come to know about the future support at a later stage when Windows 8 is outed in its full glory. The latest trending software for Windows 8 is Multimedia 8, an alternative of Windows media player, which embraces Windows 8 Modern UI.