Wouldn’t it be really handy if you could see the desktop of that relative who’s having computer problems but has no idea what RealVNC is? I have tried numerous services that offer to simplify the screen sharing process, and I’ve not really been impressed with any of them. That is, until I came across CrossLoop.
CrossLoop is a free screen sharing utility requiring only a small download and no registration. Any computer user who can install a program can get this software up and running. The greatest thing about CrossLoop is that the service bypasses routers and firewalls. This is an amazing step forward for screen sharing technology, and it should make computer repair and diagnosis more efficient.
CrossLoop is secure, encrypting all data using 128 bit encryption and a random 12 digit access code. CrossLoop is made possible through the use of proprietary VIP Tunnel technology and the open-source VNC viewer from TightVNC.
One user acts as a host and the other user joins the session with the access code displayed on the host’s screen. Simple solutions like this help us solve some of the most frustrating problems. Never again will I sit with a family member on the phone trying to explain how to download software.