Transform your aging PCs
- Simple to install
- Simple to use
PrairieIT Software makes your existing PCs useful again
Thin Client software installs on your existing PCs and easily connects you to your Citrix, VMWare, or Windows RDP virtual desktop environment.
XP replacement software transforms your aging XP PCs into productive web-based computers.
Simple thin client management software.
Our software is built the way you’d build it: rock-solid, simple to use and inexpensive. Because we sat where you sit. Our solutions are designed for CIOs and IT professionals in small to mid-size businesses, non-profits, schools, and government.
PrairieThinClient is Linux-based thin client software designed with simplicity and usability in mind. PrairieThinClient requires no licenses to track and no network reconfiguration. You simply install PrairieThinClient on your existing PCs without uninstalling and re-configuring anything. This means you can be up and running in your virtual environment quickly, at a fraction of the cost of hardware thin clients. And since our software replaces the existing Windows OS, no more management or support of Windows XP or Windows 7 is necessary.
PrairieManager is management software which allows you to manage all of your PrairieThinClient machines from one simple interface.
Most thin client control software is hard to make work and requires its own server. PrairieManager is easy to install and use and installs on an existing Windows computer.
PrairieManager is free and allows you to remote control all PrairieThinClients; change settings, restart and shut down all stations remotely.
PrairieConnect is software designed to take your existing PCs and reuse them to connect to the web. It’s perfect for using Google Docs, Gmail, Google Apps and Google Store. We also include OpenOffice for offline document creation.
PrairieConnect solves the problem of what to do with XP computers. Since most PC usage is web-based, our PrairieConnect software gives you a virtually new PC without the hassle and expense of replacing or managing a Windows computer.