TweetMyPC is a little software-application for Windows, written in VB.Net using the .Net-Framework v3.0, which allows you to control and access your computer from anywhere by simply sending a twitter-message with a special command as its content.
How to use TweetMyPC:For instructions on how to install and use TweetMyPC, see the Installation Guide page.
Also you can find a list showing the commands you can use to control your pc at this wikipage.
You still have any questions? Then take a look at FAQ.
Check out more Details at Codeplex page
How to Send Commands to the Remote Computer:
After the basic configuration is done, posting method has to be set. You can use Email, SMS, IM, Web or any of the Twitter clients to send commands to the remote computer.
By Email: Associate your Twitter account with Posterous (auto-post) and all email messages sent to email@example.com will therefore become commands for the remote computer.
By SMS: If you live in US, UK, Canada, India, Germany, Sweden or New Zeleand, you can associate Twitter with your mobile phone (see list of numbers) and then control your remote computer via SMS Text Messages.
By IM: Add the Twitter bot - firstname.lastname@example.org - to your list of Google Talk buddies and you can then send commands via instant message.
By Web: If you have access to an internet connected laptop, just log into the Twitter website and issue commands (e.g., shutdown or logoff) just as another tweet.
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