Manage your own Internet cafe or cyber cafe business
2.8  (6 votes)
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TrueCafe is a management tool for cybercafes that allows you to have your business under perfect control. The program consists of a server and client software, that is, one app that is installed in the master computer and another that is installed in all the other machines that you are going to control. From the server application you have a clear visualization of all the computers that are being used and you can control everything that happens on them, even chat or send messages. When you start a new session you can add as much information on the customer as you want, set a price, type of payment, time, etc. This allows you to have a greater control of the time customers spend on the computer and keep track of the earnings obtained per day. Also, you can add as many products and services as you want and set a price, bar code, and other info. This also helps you control your inventory. What is more, the program allows you to print customized receipts for customers with many options. Other useful features include license keys management, wireless billing, web access, backup options, game console billing, to name but a few.
In addition to this, the program has a very intuitive and nice user interface that is available in multiple languages and can be fully customized for your convenience.
In short, TrueCafe is a wonderful tool for cybercafes that will make your work easier and more relaxed.

Silvana Mansilla
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Review summary


  • Comprehensive.
  • Easy to use and nice user interface.
  • Fully customizable.
  • Lots of options to cover every aspect of today's cybercafes.


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kira grant My camera says "please plug in a supported device". I got my laptop 3years ago and haven't used my webcam since, however with my man now working away i thought it would be a good chance to try it out. However it wouldn't work. I phoned up Dell and they are saying its a manufacturing error that has been made internally (so it was their fault basically). Yet they are wanting to charge me over £100 to get it fixed... not the best service. I think ill stick to buying a £10 plug in one from Tesco!

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