And I see it's built right in MacOSX?
I just caught this on Digg.com, and then saw it on the logmein page. It looks like LogMeIn released a consumer remote control app for macs.
I have not tried it yet, as I'm still at work, but it def. looks promising. I can basically remote control my mac for free (still skeptical as to how 'free' it is) from any pc.
"LogMeIn has brought its services to Mac OS X, allowing platform-agnostic remote login to Macs -- with full controls --from any Internet-connected computer and some handheld devices."
Has anyone tried this yet?
Logmein is offering a "preview" version for free, as long as you commit to provide feedback. Basically it's a beta test.
NTRGlobal has a stable, reliable and FREE Mac product available. It's been around for years and works perfectly every time. Even better, it works with Macs AND Pcs! You can get a free account at www.ntrglobal.com.
NTRconnect is a free service from NTRglobal. It is not a "preview" or "trial". Here is the logic: If you like the free product you may buy or recommend one of their more advanced remote support solutions for the Mac or PC (they have free trials for those products on their website).
If your requirements are met by the free product then there is no reason for you to buy anything else. Check them out at www.ntrglobal.com.
when I go to that site there is only an option to buy it or use the free trial.
Download NTRconnect and follow the simple process. Once finished, you will be able to enjoy full functionality of NTRconnect Pro for 30 days.
Try it free for 30 days
Maybe you have another page that you have not mentioned.
I have been using the free version of LogMeIn on several of my PC's for almost a year. It works great and has allowed me to re-boot my PC's from afar, send myself a file via E-Mail that I might have forgotten, etc, many times.
I installed the Mac version as well and I am now able to do the same with my Mac from anywhere - including my PC's. Works like a charm.
Give it a try - it's a simple download and install. The "FREE" version is just that - FREE. It is limited in its abilities but meet my needs.
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