Kaboodle 1.0 release

The Kaboodle team has released version 1.0 of their open source LAN command-console for Windows.

The Kaboodle team has (finally) released version 1.0 of the open source LAN command -console for Windows. Kaboodle 1.0 is a major redesign and bugfix release, greatly improving usability over previous versions.


Source and binaries are available here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=38399

Major improvements:
o Completely redesigned GUI: topology, menus, buttons, icons, the works
o Added a text -message bar status info, rather than repeated popups
o Improved the `KaboodleProxy` relay -server interface to initiate LAN -to -LAN connections without port -forwarding
o Improved initial LAN discovery time
o Added a print capability to obtain hardcopies of your network population
o Added a save/restore capability to preserve your network setup

Bug Fixes from version 0.99e:
o fixed LAN -to -LAN connectivity issues
o fixed file -transfer issues
o various memory leaks and crash sources repaired
o fixed VNC management interface

This 1.0 release was more than 3 years in the making. In that time, Kaboodle has become one of the most popular all -in -one command -consoles for a collection of network devices. Kaboodle can automatically detect your LAN population, help you take remote -control of what it finds, and can be used to securely connect two LAN`s together across the Internet. Kaboodle is designed to enable some really useful network capabilities even for the `average` Internet user - - ie, someone who knows their email address but not their IP address.

For more information on Kaboodle please visit http://www.kaboodle.org

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