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Let your PC trigger when it detects WLAN/USB or file system changes or events.


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Total downloads: 217
  • Last Updated: Jun 28, 2010
  • License: Shareware $24.95
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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MyTrigger is a System Utilities software developed by After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for MyTrigger:

EditByBrothersoft: MyTrigger is a powerful tool that completes Windows native Scheduled Tasks. MyTrigger detects when your computer connects to a WLAN access point, when a USB device is inserted or removed, when a file or folder changes or when process starts or STOPS.

You simply tell MyTrigger what system events to watch for and what program, script or Scheduled Task to run when that system event happens. Since MyTrigger can launch windows built in Scheduled Tasks, it takes advantage of the rich possibilities that they offer to control how a program or script is run including what security context the program will run in, what working folder to use etc.

One of our favorite use cases for MyTrigger is to have it help us keep our laptops safe. When a laptop leaves our office WLAN network, we turn off any running web servers and other windows services that really shouldn't be running when the computer is outside our firewall. When the computer later reconnects to the office WLAN, we can turn those services back on as well as launch anti virus and anti spy ware tools. Since controlling services is something that needs administrative privileges, the scripts needed to accomplish this runs from a Windows Scheduled Task object that an administrator created.
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