I hope this is the correct forum.
I have a robot program that does on-line trading with my eMachines desktop computer. Windows 7 is installed. It can sit for weeks at a time with no intervention and will run while I am out of town. Occasionally, I need to remotely access to make updates.
I have two questions.
1. If I were to experience a power loss, the duration of which that exceeds the capacity of my UPS, how can I get the computer to auto start once power is restored?
I imagine I can list the trading program as an auto-run after reboot, and it doesn't require a manual log-in each time.
2. What is a good remote access program to use when the desktop is up and going?
Several years ago I subscribed to a VPS and they charged for $40/month. There was a large latency factor, and they really didn't supply much memory without charging extra so I dumped them. Not really worth $480/year.
Edited by hamluis, 08 November 2015 - 11:47 AM.
Moved from System Building to Win 7 - Hamluis.