A Smartphone is a device that can take care of all of our handheld computing and communication needs in a single, small package. Unlike many traditional cell phones, Smartphones allow individual users to install, configure and run applications of their choice. A Smartphone offers the ability to conform the device to our particular way of doing things. Most standard cell-phone software offers only limited options for re-configuration, forcing us to adapt to the way it is set up. On a standard phone, whether or not we like the built-in calendar application, we are stuck with it except for a few minor tweaks. If that phone were a Smartphone, we could install any compatible calendar application we like. This project aims to develop a Windows CE application for Windows powered Smartphone running Smartphone 2002 operating system. The application will enable the Smartphone user to access a PC remotely enabling the user to start a shell and execute commands like, up2date, for updating packages on the PC via the internet, fsck to run scan disk etc., send messages to users logged on to the same network to which the PC is connected and possibly retrieve or backup data over the Internet. The user can also execute the command halt to finally switch off the PC. All this is made possible via GPRS connection on the phone running a client program and the PC connected to the Internet running the corresponding server program which includes the shell interpreter as well as a dynamic DNS client.