You can manage Ad-Hoc W-Fi connections using familiar GUI rather than command prompt as before
White-Hoc is an application that will enable you to set up an ad -hoc Wi-Fi connection in Windows™, if your system is capable of supporting Ad-Hoc connection. It allows you to easily configure and control the connection without having to use the command line every time that you want the connection running.
Fast and productive interface for Handling and Managing Ad-Hoc Wi-Fi connections for your Windows™ Desktop.
Rename Ad-Hoc connection.
Set White-Hoc to start the connection every time that it is launched.
Set Up connection for Internet sharing and File Sharing.
You can specify a Default Gateway and a Primary DNS server address for your connection.
Even Windows™ 8.1™ only allows these functions through only command prompt.
You'll need .NET Framework 4.5 run time for the product. Moreover, your system should support Ad-Hoc Wi-Fi to use the product. Checking the same is described in the Quick-Guide.
WhiteHoc has an even familiar Windows™ own user interface. We have included a quick-Guide with the installer. The basic functions you can perform with the product are described in the Guide. We have a forum up for our products where you can discuss about the product and its features. The product is lightweight and 100% free. You can redistribute it, but without charging any fee.