CrossLoop, a screen-sharing software service, has finally come to the Macintosh. Download its desktop application, log in, share your access code with a friend, and you can log in to see their computer and access it to help them fix problems. You can log in either between two Macs or between a Mac and a PC.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYiwfl3AHa4&hl=en&fs=1%5D It can be hard to give somebody directions over the phone for how to use, say, a computer software program (example, via my mom: “Which button am I supposed to click on?”). CrossLoop offers a downloadable desktop-based application that lets you access and use another person’s computer interface, and let them watch what you do to help.
CrossLoop, a company that allows two people to share their computer desktops, has launched an online marketplace where you can find experts to help you with a wide range of (mostly computer-related) topics.
CrossLoop, a company that lets two people easily share their desktops while working in different locations, has raised $3 million in a first round of capital.
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