If you are looking for NetSetMan, you have come to the right place. We explain what NetSetMan is and point you to the official download.
What is NetSetMan?
NetSetMan is a management utility for network settings. While Windows operating systems (on which the application runs) do in fact have options for network management, a lot of them involve roundabout and painstaking manual operations that can be confusing to novices, not to mention time-consuming. NetSetMan exposes all the important controls for network configuration and puts them all in a single console. All settings can be saved into distinct profiles for quick access.
The program is available in 28 languages, including English, both simplified and traditional Chinese, French, Spanish, Slovenian, German, Vietnamese, Russian, Italian, Hebrew, Greek, Dutch and Hungarian. The program also comes in 2 versions. One of those versions is freeware and non-commercial. The other one is a paid “Professional” edition. Both have all the core capabilities, e.g. IP address management, script management, MAC controls, and host file entry settings. The professional edition, however, adds a few more functionalities to the list, including proxy settings, browser home page management, and network domain controls. Obviously, it can also be used commercially or in places of business. The premium version also removes the limit on the number of profiles (6 for the free edition).
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File types supported by NetSetMan
Our users primarily use NetSetMan to open these file types:
About file types supported by NetSetMan
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Last updated: : July 20, 2014