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Gbridge allows you to share desktop between friends through Google talk

It is very interesting and useful if we are able to access some files from our friend’s desktop or able to share photos, music’s or presentation between friends or synchronize a folder across your entire friend’s computer so that all of them have the current copy of all the files in that folder through online securely.

There are many software solutions available; here is something interesting which uses Google Talk service to attain this. Gbridge is a free software which makes use of Google’s Gtalk to share folders, transfer files, synchronize items between different PCs, chat and share your desktop with your Google talk friends at the same time.

Features of Gbridge includes:
  • DesktopShare(VNC): Access your computer desktop remotely or share your desktop with your friend from anywhere, even behind NAT
  • SecureShare: Securely share files among your own computers, so you can remotely access your files, e.g. play mp3 , with ultimate privacy. Securely share files to your designated friend, so the selected friend can instantly view the auto-generated photo thumbnails and slideshow remotely. No web upload/download needed
  • AutoSync: Transfer big files and sync folders from/to anywhere has never been easier. Auto schedule, auto resume, incremental and no size limit,/li>
  • EasyBackup: Setup an auto-recurring local or remote backup of your important directory is as easy as 1-2-3
Gbridge requires Windows 2000/xp/vista(x32), and a Gtalk account. Download Gbridge from here (2Mb)

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