Flexiblesoft develops Internet-related software. When developing Flexiblesoft Dialer II, the company sought to address typical dialup connectivity issues such as lost Internet connections, idle time "bumping" and monitoring of fluctuating connection speeds. Flexiblesoft Dialer II tackles these issues and provides users with other useful features such as online time and cost tracking. Users input standard ISP phone numbers into Flexiblesoft Dialer II to make an Internet connection, and from then on they entirely bypass their ISP utility interface when connecting. The Flexiblesoft Dialer II application automatically opens browsers, e-mail clients and any other programs typically used while online, and then closes those applications when disconnecting. Going far beyond typical ISP connection utilities, Flexiblesoft Dialer II automatically reconnects lost Internet connections, continuously dialing a series of ISP phone numbers until reconnection is established. For computer users who pay hourly for Internet access, Flexiblesoft Dialer II tracks time spent online and calculates daily and monthly cost totals. Addressing the frustrations of AOL users and other ISPs that disconnect members after a brief idle time, Flexiblesoft Dialer prevents idle time disconnections. Flexiblesoft Dialer II displays an "atomic clock", a timekeeper that automatically updates user computers to the exact time found on the Internet, such as the free time server provided by NASA. The program also shows the current baud rate (Internet connection speed) to let users know the speed and quality of their connection. Flexiblesoft Dialer II includes multi-language support. A Flexiblesoft Dialer II single user license costs $29.Multiple user licenses can be purchased with up to a 50% discount by contacting email@example.com.