The Network Trigger screen that greets you on start-up explaining its purpose and whether you'd like it to automatically check for updates.
The Wake Event listens for "magic" packets on the network and, once matched, will run a series of actions. This allows you to control a PC using any industry standard wake-on-LAN application.
Wake Event: Actions
Once an Event has been triggered, the Actions section is used for specifying the actions that should be performed. All actions are run sequentially.
Network Trigger can also respond to ping events that have been directed to the machine that it is running on.
Ping Event: Actions
An example of additional actions that can be performed when an event is detected.
The Event Monitor allows you to see the events that Network Trigger can detect on the network; this can help with investigating whether the application you're sending wakes with is working as expected.
The Devices list can be thought of as an address book you can easily refer to when specifying a MAC ID or IP address within other parts of Network Trigger, thus removing the need to remember individual IDs or IPs.
The Settings window allows you to tailor the various aspects of Network Trigger.
The Advanced tab can be used to set options that are further within the internal workings of Network Trigger; these settings can be ignored, for the most part.