ICUII Video Chat (i.e. Real Internet Telephony Integration i.e.) is an IP-based video conferencing solution that uses a proprietary software stack to allow a group of users to enter a conference over the Internet using a simple desktop link. ICUII has a very powerful feature set including advanced tele-presence, rich media, real-time collaboration, and much more. It also offers many additional features, which are customizable for your organization's needs, as well.
There are several key features of ICUII that make it so well worth considering when choosing a system restore point for your organization. One of the primary reasons that it's so valuable is that it provides a cost-effective means to conduct virtual meetings between a small group of employees in various locations without incurring travel expenses or purchasing new equipment. You can share a large number of files across long distances, while still being able to view individual files by touch and keyboard controls, depending on the system you're using. Additionally, most systems allow you to quickly and easily uninstall the program if it's no longer needed.
If you use Windows XP Home Edition, it is highly likely that you have Windows Components which requires you to uninstall the programs in order to prevent a program file from being corrupted. If this is the case, you'll need to use Windows XP Restore Point to uninstall icuii video chat 8.0.6. This is a feature of the Windows XP operating system, which automatically runs whenever Windows system crashes or encounters a problem. Although this method may work with some programs, it is not recommended for programs like ICU, which are written to run in the Windows Service registry. These programs are designed to run only under the Windows service interface, and therefore require a service restore to unistall the program completely.