Mikogo: Easy and Free Screen Sharing / Remote PC Access

mikogo-logo Mikogo is a free screen sharing tool with great features, and is very fun and easy-to-use. Unlike other screen sharing tools, Mikogo is absolutely free and does not charge you for using their service. You can hold meetings with up-to 10 participants simultaneously.

Mikogo can be used as a tool to share your screens with remote support personnel, for online meetings and presentations and more. There is no time-limit on the meetings, so you can hold them for as long as you desire.

Mikogo Main Features

  • Screen sharing and switch presenter
  • Remote keyboard and mouse control
  • Application selection (share only certain applications while hiding others from the meeting participants)
  • File transfer
  • Unique meeting ID (with additional passwords)
  • Ability to pause the transmission of the online session
  • 256bit AES encryption for secure screen sharing
  • Skype Extra for combined free screen sharing with free calls
  • Configuration free (no network or firewall changes required)

You can check some interactive videos to see how you can create start a Mikogo meeting with multiple participants to learn more about it.

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  • ah. this is interesting. it’s a service that’s ripe for usage by freelance workers. thanks for the heads up.

  • I agree this should be a very useful tool.
    In fact specially when one is travelling so often on business it will come in very handy

  • Does is work on windows and linux?

  • Nice Post…
    THnx For SHaring…

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  • Hi Keith,

    Thanks for taking the time to review Mikogo and post it here on your site. Great to see!
    Btw, we just released a news story detailing the use of the Mikogo Skype Extra. You can read the story here at Forbes.com but I think you would enjoy checking out the new Mikogo Skype web page with tutorial videos.
    If you have any questions about Mikogo, feel free to contact me.

    Thanks again. All the best,

    The Mikogo Team

  • Michael Smith

    try free Aeroadmin.