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ShowMyPC, the leading provider of web collaboration software has recently released a beta version of their software for the Mac, which will let Mac users share their screen and view remote screens with other Mac and PC users, effortlessly working over any firewalls.

Desktop Sharing for Mac OSX

For all the Mac users who feel left behind because there are no reasonably priced web meeting services available for the Mac, showmypc.com has the ultimate solution. A beta version of their software released this month lets users seamlessly conduct web meetings between a Mac and a PC (or a Mac and a Mac). And the best part is - it's absolutely free.

Imagine yourself, helping your mother with setting up her email account on her Mac at home, while you are in your office using a PC. Using this new software, she can now easily share her Mac screen with you, from anywhere in the world. You can be either using a Mac, a PC or even a Linux machine. And the software works seamlessly over any home or office firewalls, with no need to tinker with the firewall settings.

And using it is a snap too. You and a remote user simply visit showmypc.com and click on the "Desktop Sharing for Mac OSX" link. The application automatically starts, and with one click, you are on your way to viewing their computer screen or sharing your screen with them. Your security is ensured by 128-bit encryption and a random meeting code which only you and the remote user are provided before you initiate the meeting.

The service was originally started as a free alternative to more expensive services from Webex and Gotomypc. Today, it's being used by thousands of users to conduct web meetings and provide remote support. For more information on how to use the service free of charge simply visit showmypc.com.

About the Company:
ShowMyPC is a web collaboration software provider of screen sharing and web meeting tools. The company is based in the heart of Silicon Valley, California and features the following products for free to the general public.

  • Show My PC to Remote User.
  • View Remote User's PC.
  • Schedule or Attend Meetings.    
  • Access My Home or Office PC.
  • Online Instant File Sharing.

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