What is ChatRandom? If you’ve ever used a chat service like Yahoo Messenger, Hotmail, or Skype, then you’ve probably heard about it. Before Airtime came along, ChatRandom was created before Airtime came along, in 2020, but for very little money and with only less fanfare. So why is ChatRandom so much more popular than the others? Well, a few reasons can be attributed to its popularity.
First of all, ChatRandom’s main objective seems to be to give you the ability to use a virtual keyboard on the Internet. While this might sound trivial in and of itself, it actually is quite helpful if you use chat services for a living. For instance, if you happen to use several different chat services as part of your job, you may find yourself needing to be able to use different keys to enter different commands. ChatRandom’s ability to allow you to do this without the expense of buying another laptop or buying a separate virtual keyboard may just be what you need to help cut down on time spent typing out complicated commands.
Another reason that ChatRandom is gaining popularity is because of the way it makes your own chat random keyboard. This can be useful if you are an IT professional who needs to type out commands from different networks and locations. With the convenience of typing in commands in a virtual keyboard, you can type a whole slew of commands that have been encoded into it, including commands to transfer files from one network location to another, to set up new networks, to access networks in various locations, and a host of other functions.
So how does ChatRandom work? Basically, you simply input a network address in the “Network Address” box of your chat random keyboard. You can then enter a command in the following fields: “Computer Type”, “Command Type”, “Hostname”, “IP Address”, “Computer Name”, and “Subnet Mask”. You can also enter in a command in the following fields: “Network Type”, “Network Range”, “Command Type”, “Hostname”, and “Subnet Mask”.
Once you’ve entered the required information, you’ll then click “OK” and your computer will send the network address over to the Chatrandom server which will then generate the correct code and send it out to the IP address in the chat random keyboard. It will then send out the code to the network of the chat random keyboard at the specified network address and in turn it will generate the code for the command. When your command has been successfully transmitted, the commands will be delivered to the person on the other end of the connection.
The above information was based on a demo that I conducted to test the service and see how effective the service actually was. To see how effective it is, I’ll have to look at the actual chat random keypad software that ChatRandom provides.