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Network Controller 1.2

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Ensure total control of your LAN and other networks using Network Controller

By Reka Gimbi

On Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Network Controller is a network application used as a on and off switch for network connections on the system. This application takes full control of the local area network and other networks. It occupies a small space of the computer system and its meant for all users due to its simple and user friendly interface. Once you start the application, it does a scan on the computer then displays the connections available and some other basic information like the device name and its state. On the lower side of the main window is where the enabling and disabling of the connections listed can be done. Here you find three buttons, one for enabling and the other for disabling and the third for toggling the state of the connection. The software runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003 and Windows 7.

Generally, Network Controller is a very essential tool since it can be used by all even the beginners unlike the one that comes with the system which can be hard to reach at times.


  • It runs on multiple Windows systems.
  • It is simple and easy to use for all.
  • Able to produce shortcuts on desktop for supported actions.


  • It has user limitations .
  • It needs some more improvements
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For the total control of your LAN and other networks, you should trust Network Controller. The controller can be installed by anyone and does not occupy lots of computer resources. This is a very reliable application that comes with an user friendly interface.

Network Controller will display your entire network and all connected devices. Once the network is displayed, you will have the chance to unable/disable it. Moreover, the connection status of the network will be shown. For wireless connections, the same functionality is offered.

Essentially, Network Controller is a shortcut for controlling your network. This is the case because your system comes with a network control tool. However, that tool is hard to reach at times and not so easy to understand for beginners. You should definitely give Network Controller a try.