Ultimate Control Receiver is a freeware application that does not take up too much storage as some paid software for the same feature. It is very extensively used in some countries like Spain, France, and Argentina. In my country (Uruguay), it is used almost exclusively. Ultimate Control is able to do what the name implies - control multiple computers remotely via the Internet. It is commonly used for educational purposes, where computer users are taught how to control a network of computers via the Internet. The use of Ultimate Control Receiver has enabled many students in other countries to learn English, Spanish, Chinese, and other languages from home via the Internet.
The best feature of Ultimate Control is its ability to allow Windows users to input text into the computer's virtual keyboard. This is done by using Windows' keyboard layout features. Some other neat features include a Windows Task Manager, a Windows Task Pane, a Windows Start-up manager, a Windows Explorer-like folder view, a Windows Bluetooth manager, support for various input devices such as touch screens, USB mice, keyboards with specialized buttons, and Windows' handwriting-recognition capability. Basically, whatever Windows can do on a mouse, it can also do using the Ultimate Control Receiver.
The Windows Ultimate Control Receiver app collects location information (from the Windows GPS hardware) and continuously updates it. It then uses this information to allow Windows to detect your current location. The best way to get this working on your PC is to use the Windows Wireless Application Privacy Helper, which you can download for free from Microsoft's website. Once downloaded, install the app, pick up your mouse, and point the cursor at your desktop (where your Windows Wireless Application Privacy Helper installed). Then pick "scan for available networks" and pick the one closest to your present location.