If you wanted to remotely turn on your PC to spook a friend out, now would probably be the best time to do it. EvilDooinz has created v2.0 of his PSP Wake-on-LAN application, a program that wakes up any networked PC in hibernation mode.
This time round, PSP WOL v2.0 has a small gui incorporated into it "to select your connection and choose what pc to remote start, or to start them all." With this new addition, you can store up to 15 different PCs to turn on.
More or less, we can imagine some interesting possibilities with this. Spook a friend on Halloween by visiting the computer lab late at night and setting up all the computers to freak him out. Turn on your computer every morning from your bed. There are more than a few uses, but it all depends on the number of computers you have, and whether or not you're willing to follow the readme included in the application
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