TZO uses true Dynamic DNS client/server technology to fix a Static Domain Name to a Dynamic IP address, allowing Internet users with Dial-up Modems or Cable/XDSL/ISDN Modems to host their own Web, FTP, Mail or Game Server or other TCP/IP services from their home PC. TZO makes it easier for others when connecting to your PC, since they can use a True Internet Domain Name to connect, and not an ever changing IP address. TZO works great with Remote Control applications, Video Phone applications like Cu-SeeMe, Netmeeting and Internet Phone, as well with all the popular Web, FTP, and Mail servers. TZO runs on Windows 95, 98 and Windows NT 4.0, and also has a Web Browser Client that allows any Operating System with a browser to use the TZO Dynamic DNS Servers. TZO also works with Top Level domains and allows a user to host a Private domain from their home PC, even with a Dynamic IP address assignment from their Internet Provider.