CyberCafePro

CyberCafePro internet cafe software
CyberCafePro is a free Internet cafe software. It made it’s debut in 2000 and has been a leader for managing cyber cafe and internet cafes since then. The software works with most Windows systems.
Check out CyberCafePro’s official website here.

Please note: CyberCafePro does not appear to be in development any longer so these articles should be used as support for existing users and is not an endorsement of the product.

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The CyberCafePro Guide

I have created this guide in a few easy sections to help you find the answers you are looking for about your CyberCafePro cyber cafe software:

 

Hardware Requirements

Hardware Requirements: RAM XP: 512Mb, Vista: 1 GB, Windows 7: 1 GB, Windows 8 & Windows 10: 2 GB

Operating Systems: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8

Windows 10: I have tested CyberCafePro with Windows 10 and it works. I have not found any signifigant issues.

You will need Windows Admin level access to install CyberCafePro. If you wish to run the CyberCafePro Client you will need an alternate Windows account as well as a Windows Admin account to run the Client with a lower permissions level.

MCS can run under admin level or lower user level.

You cannot run the CyberCafePro Server (aka CyberCafePro Main Control Station) on the same computer as the CyberCafePro Client.



How to Install the CyberCafePro Server

To get started installing CyberCafePro you do need a Windows Admin account.

Ok, let’s get started… this part is very easy. I am guessing you have already downloaded CyberCafePro but if you haven’t visit the CyberCafePro Downloads page to download the CyberCafePro Server.

The download and install are pretty straight forward. Typing this procedure out will be painfully boring for everyone so I created it on video. Click below to see how to install CyberCafePro Server.

The example in the video is installed on Windows 10. The URL in the video is here

After you have completed the steps in the YouTube video above you will be ready to use CyberCafePro Internet cafe software. It is not necessary to setup the CyberCafePro Client right-away. You will see a banner appear on the CyberCafePro promoting the Client software but you can ignore it until your server is setup.

CyberCafePro Internet cafe software is a great solution to run your cyber cafe. It is older but it is also stable.

To be clear, I am not an employee of CyberCafePro but I worked with the company for 15 years (and even owned CyberCafePro for 2 years) . There is nobody on the planet that knows CyberCafePro or cyber cafe software like I do.

This guide is intended to make your life as a CyberCafePro user easier. The software is older (and not likely to be updated) but it what is there works very well. It does not have the complicated setup like it’s competitors such as Smartlaunch and Handy Cafe.

My goal is to help you get the most out of CyberCafePro cyber cafe software and also boost your profits. You can maximize security and procedure in seconds to help make your internet cafe or game center far more profitable.

System Requirements

CyberCafePro Internet cafe timer software (also known as cyber cafe software) is a free internet cafe management tool designed to act as a point of sale and security app. There is no charge for any aspect of CyberCafePro. CyberCafePro should meet your needs if you have an Internet cafe, cyber cafe, library, community center with computer or really any timed business.

CyberCafePro does take control over your browser when the Client is enabled. This is the trade off for it being free.

MCS can run under admin level or lower user level.

You cannot run the CyberCafePro Server (aka CyberCafePro Main Control Station) on the same computer as the CyberCafePro Client.

Written by Kevin Klimack
Many of you know me from my days with CyberCafePro internet cafe software.  I can safely say that not many people know the industry like I do. I have been around internet cafes, cyber cafes, and gaming centers since the year 2000 and have even been featured in industry magazines (such as IGames) for my work.