Hummingbird Shared Components
What is Hummingbird Shared Components?
Hummingbird Shared Components is software from Hummingbird Ltd., which functions as a computer resource manager. The software is utilized to conserve PC resources, specifically when the user is connected to the Internet.
The software listens to connection requests made through POP3, FTP or other Internet services available on the computer, upon which, it launches a background process (daemon) that will invoke the Internet server to respond to the request. What the software does it to enable Internet servers to execute only when they are invoked, which in turn conserves the system’s resources. The software is also known as a server daemon.
In addition, the software also allows P2P connectivity by implementing server functions, which renders the system able to function as a UNIX-based platform. For system administrators, the software also functions as a network manager, where the program enables them to restrict processes on client computers, and also manage clients’ access to the server through a system security application included in the software.
Hummingbird Shared Components is compatible with Windows computers.
File types supported by Hummingbird Shared Components
Our users primarily use Hummingbird Shared Components to open these file types: