LiteManager Free: Access your Windows computer from another location

We are often on a hunt for tools capable of offering the ability to work simultaneously on several computers in different remote access modes and offers a wide range of tools for administration. There are many options out there to try out, LiteManager Free is one of them. It is a simple Windows-based program that lets you access your computer from another location.

LiteManager Free for Windows PC

The product is available in two versions

  1. LiteManager Free
  2. LiteManager Pro

The Free edition includes main functions and capabilities of the LiteManager program and offers up to 30 free licenses for remote access to 30 computers.

Installing the program is simple. However, the package includes two modules namely,

  1. Lite Manager Server
  2. LiteManager Viewer


A user is instructed to install the server app on the system which he intends to monitor or would like to have remote access to. While its cousin, LiteManager Viewer needs to be installed on the system from where you want to access.

Upon completing the installation, a window appears on your computer screen where you have to enter your password. Following the security window, open the general tab under Options window. Here, you can modify some general settings as per your choice. For instance, you can choose to keep the icon in the system tray, etc.


Once, you have the Server module configurations set up, switch to Viewer utility. Now to use the application, you will be required to establish a connection. So, switch to new connection tab, specify all the details pertaining to the connection to access the server module.

If all goes well, you’ll observe the connection being set up to the server. The entire screen of the remote computer will be visible to your other system screen, and you can see it working with your remote computer’s keyboard and mouse.

The GUI (Graphical User Interface) of the LiteManager is very straight forward and self-explanatory. It hardly requires any guidance.

You can download it here.

More free Remote Access Software here.

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The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.

One Comment

  1. MerlinTheGreat

    For what I’ve seen on their website the big drawback of the free version is that it doesn’t keep an addressbook. That could turn out to be very annoying. I will give it a try though.
    I also noticed that it looks a lot like Remote Utilities. Some windows are virtualy identical.
    Remote Utilities is limited to 10 connections in the free version, which requires a (free) license key that can be obtained from within the viewer. But it keeps an addressbook and has every option of the program enabled.
    The only limitation in Remote Utilities free is the 10 connections. But for everything there is a solution, without the need to do anything illegal.

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