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Monday, July 14, 2008

CrossLoop -free software for simple and secure screen sharing

CrossLoop is a secure screen sharing utility designed for people of all technical skill levels. It simplifies the process of securely working with friends located in different physical locations and across different network environments. CrossLoop enables you to see the screen and control the mouse and keyboard on a remote computer. It is as if you are working side by side at the same PC.
You can get up and running with CrossLoop in under 2 minutes. Simply download and install the application and it will automatically configure itself to your network environment.

PC Requirements
CrossLoop requires Windows 2000 or newer, including Vista; 128 MB RAM or greater; 2 MB hard drive space and a broadband internet connection

3 comments:

Larry S. said...

Have you tried some other screen sharing programs, paid ones like webex, and free ones like showmypc.com ? - Larry

Andrew_Mikogo said...

I would like to suggest a freeware program, Mikogo. While it has a great and easy-to-use remote keyboard and mouse control function, Mikogo is so much more than a remote support tool. Mikogo is 100% free and you can invite up to 10 people to view your screen. Great for online meetings or giving a demo support session to a group of people from your desktop.
Other features include: Switch presenter, Skype Extra for free calls with free screen sharing, file transfer, application selection, 256bit AES end-to-end encryption, and more.

You can download Mikogo at www.mikogo.com to test it out. It is free and there are no configurations, so it only take a moment to get going.
Feel free to email me if you have any questions.

All the best,

Andrew
The Mikogo Team

andrew daves said...

In addition to Crossloop, you may also try a R-HUB remote support server http://www.rhubcom.com/v5/remote-Support.html