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Thread: Re: Remote Desktop Support Application

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    Lightbulb Re: Remote Desktop Support Application

    hi guys...
    i am viquar doing my mca final year..
    very much interestd in java...
    i want ur opinion abt ding my main project .
    can any one tell me wht kind of project will be gud for application system...projects...plzzzzzzzzzz


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    Default Re: Remote Desktop Support Application

    Quote Originally Posted by viquarmca View Post
    hi guys...
    i am viquar doing my mca final year..
    very much interestd in java...
    i want ur opinion abt ding my main project .
    can any one tell me wht kind of project will be gud for application system...projects...plzzzzzzzzzz
    I'm not sure I understand. What kind of application system?

    If you're talking about a remote desktop (support) application (like the title says) I might have a neat idea for you:

    What about writing a generic driver that sends customizable data to a remote computer's USB port. Imagine all kinds of little USB devices like christmas lights or LED displays or even simple automatons that could be controlled from another computer over the internet. This could spawn a whole range of gadgets that all would use your open source driver.

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