19
Jun
2009

How to share your Mac and PC desktop on the Internet

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There are a lot of free applications in the wild letting you share different computer on the Internet. The sad part of it all is that they are quite expensive or very difficult to use. If you are looking for a free, easy, intuitive program letting you share computer desktops over the Internet, well, I have got the right solution for you!

CrossLoop is a freeware application which allow you share computer screens and collaborate with others over the Internet. Crossloop is nothing else than a remote desktop service which utilizes TightVNC as part of its services, all embedded in a nice, and easy-to-use user interface. CrossLoop works on Windows 2000 or newer, including Vista, 128 MB RAM, 2 MB disk space and a broadband Internet connection. MAC OSX 10.4 (Tiger) or later, 500 MB of RAM, 20MB disk space and a broadband Internet connection. It is also able to work behind a firewall so that users do not have to make any changes in the router or firewall to establish a connection.

If you want to know more or download the application, visit the official website.




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