CrossLoop, a free application for screen sharing and remote desktop access, is now publicly available for Mac as a beta version for anyone to seamlessly share desktops across Windows and the Mac OS X. With CrossLoop you can easily transfer unlimited files from Windows to a Mac without external hard drives and earn money by providing technical supported from home.
“Mac compatibility has been the most sought after feature among our rapidly growing user base,” said Lisa Alderson, CrossLoop’s chief executive officer. “Consumers and small businesses look to CrossLoop Helpers for assistance with everything from removing computer viruses and backing up data to training for thousands of software programs or simply synching an iPhone. We’re happy to now be able to offer users the support they need across platforms.”
What can CrossLoop Do for you?
- Allow to transfer files from Windows to a Mac without external hard drives or USB flash drive.
- Allows you to remotely troubleshoot problems on your friend’s computer.
- Provide tech-support related services while working from home. With the release of Mac version you can now support your clients or customers having Mac based computers.
- CrossLoop enables Mac and windows users across the globe to find immediate help and training for virtually any tech issue – anytime, anywhere.
Using CrossLoop you can connect –
- Mac to another Mac PC.
- Mac to a Windows PC
- Windows to another Windows PC.
- Windows PC to Mac
CrossLoop running on Mac to access Window based PC
CrossLoop running on Windows to access Mac
How to connect computer remotely with CrossLoop?
To access a CrossLoop session to connect to a friend’s PC, view the screen and share control of the mouse and keyboard, just follow simple steps listed below:
Note – Make sure that both the PC’s are connected to internet.
1. Launch CrossLoop
Download CrossLoop, install it and open CrossLoop by clicking the icon on your desktop or by opening the program from the start menu.
2. Enter Access Code
Contact the person sharing the session and enter the 12-digit Access Code. The Access Code must match the Share to connect.
3. Click Connect
Click the connect button. Your session should begin momentarily. If your session does not start, make sure that both you and your friend entered the same Access Code and your friend allowed the connection.
If you want to allow someone to access my computer then follow the steps listed below.
Sharing a session enables a friend to temporarily view your desktop and share control of your mouse and keyboard.
1. Tell your Friend the Access Code
The Access code is a randomly generated 12-digit number used to encrypt data sent between computers.
2. Select Connect
Click the connect button. Your session should begin momentarily. If it does not begin make sure both you and your friend entered the same Access Code and try again.
3. Allow the Connection
Click the Allow button to allow your friend temporary access to your PC. Your session should begin momentarily.
- Windows 2000 or newer, including Vista, 128 MB RAM, 2 MB disk space and a broadband internet connection.
- MAC OSX 10.4 (Tiger) or later, 500 MB of RAM, 20MB disk space and a broadband internet connection.
Here is a short video on how CrossLoop works.
Download – [CrossLoop]