Archive for February 13th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Screen sharing is a service built into the Mac. It allows you to remotely access your Mac, letting you see and interact with it almost as if you were right there in front of the display.

Mac screen sharing has so many uses, I’m not sure I could list them all here, even if I tried. But one of the two most often cited uses is troubleshooting; with screen sharing, a friend, co-worker, or IT person can access your Mac while a problem is actually occurring, and help you resolve it.

The other major use of screen sharing is to access and use apps or files present on one Mac that aren’t available on another Mac.

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