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Easy message is the all-in-one skinnable instant messenger that offers support for ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, and AOL all at the same time.

Easy message is the all-in-one skinnable instant messenger that offers support for ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, and AOL all at the same time. It has several great features including a very compact size, multiple simultaneous accounts, MSN style notification windows, and an integrated contact list. There are no banner ads and it is absolutely free to download.

Easy Message allows users to choose between the following three themes:

– Dark – A black-on-black style theme.

– Black – A black-on-black style theme.

– Dark Blue – A black-on-dark blue style theme.

Easy message allows users to change the color theme for the interface, interface colors, and the notification windows. The notification windows, the message list, and the contact list can be customized with any style, color, and size. Easy message will also let you add your own.jpg,.gif, and.bmp files to be used as wallpapers.

There are several skins for easy message that you can download from Skinlab’s Skinmation section.

With the SMF File System, you can share the same installation files for Easy Message, IceChat, as well as Sambar and KVirc, or any other IRC clients on your PC, with friends.

Now, let me tell you the good and the bad things about Easy Message.

The Good

The Good

Full-screen and Multiline Support

The Notification Window

Easy Message makes a good impression when it first loads with a simple interface and a very intuitive layout. There are three main areas.

The first is the main window in the top-left corner. It is a standard Qwerty keyboard that is based on the popular Windows XP layout. All the instant messengers have a similar layout.

The second area is the notification window on the right-hand side of the main window. This area has a full-screen mode (larger) and a multi-line mode (smaller).

The third area is the contact list at the bottom of the main window. It is separated into five different categories:

– Online – The users that are online and ready to chat.

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The application integrates well into the Remote Desktop client and
has minimal impact on the remote computer’s performance. USB for Remote
Desktop monitors all the USB ports on the local host and redirects
devices plugged in to the remote computer.

Configuring USB for Remote Desktop

There are two options for USB for Remote Desktop: the Server and Workstation components.
Server
The Server model means that you’re using USB ports on your local host in order to connect to the remote host. You can leave the systray icon undisturbed so that you can keep using your local computer. As the server is installed locally, it doesn’t need to be configured, but you can still view device names (in the “Administrative Utility” panel), disconnect devices, and manage domain policies.

Workstation
The Workstation model is a lightweight application. It’s installed on the remote host. A small systray icon is the only thing you’ll see. You can open the “Administrative Utility” panel to disconnect and reconnect devices, modify domain policies, and specify log level.

Client-side and Server-side USB for Remote Desktop
When you use the Client model of USB for Remote Desktop, the connection is established in real time and there’s no need to configure or activate any devices.
All the USB ports on the local host are automatically routed to the remote machine. Using the Server model, you need to configure each port individually, but you don’t have to plug in any devices.
Managing USB devices with USB for Remote Desktop

The “Administrative Utility” allows you to disconnect USB devices,
disconnect domain policies, and modify policies. You can also see a
list of devices currently connected to the remote host.

Server, Workstation and Client models of USB for Remote Desktop

If you choose the Client model of USB for Remote Desktop, USB devices will be redirected automatically without having to plug in any devices.
You won’t see the application in the systray and you won’t have the
need to open the “Administrative Utility” panel in order to connect to
or disconnect USB devices.

Conclusion
The client and server options of USB for Remote Desktop are worth a look if you’re a frequent user of Remote Desktop. They keep you connected with your PC while letting you easily control the USB devices on the remote host. The Server model requires less user intervention but also lets you know whether the connection

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