levent özgür kaplan wrote: How to tell a powerful configuration settings , then
For your aplication Do not run a nervous breakdown!
You configuration is OK. It exceeds the minimum requirements far beyond what is necessary.
I guess the problem is different. When installing (and the running the Viewer) try to do that "as administrator".
Another possible reason is that some software, for example antivirus software, somehow blocks or slows down Remote Utilities (by checking its processes on-the-fly). Try to disable your antivirus program for a while to see if that is the cause.
It's pretty hard to understand what issue you are experiencing in the first place. It seems as if you simply translate the message text from your native language to English using Google Translate or something.
All we can get from these posts is that occasionally your screen freezes and you try to switch view modes (CTRL + F12) as well as lower the image/display quality. Is that so? Can you please give us your Viewer and Host specs, such as CPU, RAM and OS version?
As for trust - the fact that we have a public forum and let our users speak up clearly shows that building trust is our first priority.
levent özgür kaplan wrote: Rut host especially settings (ID connection) to back up and restore?
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SYSTEM -> REMOTE UTILITIES. Export this key and then import when necessary.
Beware though that all settings are recorded there including the Internet ID. If you start copying the same reg file across multiple computers you will end up having the same ID duplicated on many machines. That will cause ID conflict error (you won't be able to connect to either computer).
Blue circle beside the Remote Utilities Host icon means that an Internet ID connection is successfully established.
Grey circle means that there's no Internet ID connectivity OR that the Host is currently trying to establish an Internet ID connection.
Black.. There is no black :) If there's no circle at all, just the icon, it means that the Internet ID connection is disabled in Host settings, and the Host is only available by an IP address or the DNS name.