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  1. Is logmein free for personal use
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  79. Along your journey to exam readiness, we will: 1. The program allows ANY computer to access the files on your computer provided you know the password. Because users can access the GoToMyPC servers from any web browser, search history is a security concern that the company has planned for.
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  81. Nothing against the VPN, but I use something else that works in all the situations I happen to be in. The catch here is that free subscriptions are limited to a single session a day, so think carefully before you disconnect. For nearly a decade, it was my go-to tool for remote PC control -- not just my PCs, but also those of far-flung family members needing occasional help.
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  83. TeamViewer vs. LogMeIn - For example, GoToMeeting is a conferencing version of GoToMyPC; Splashtop Business Access offers Splashtop Classroom ; and TeamViewer offers Blizz.
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  85. Angry users of LogMeIn's free remote access service lashed out Tuesday at the company for giving them what amounted to a week's warning that their plugs would be pulled. Not surprising, virtually all of the several hundred commenters bewailed the demise of the free service. But most saved their most caustic comments for the quick shut-off of LogMeIn's free service. I'll think twice before going for paid service. When LogMeIn that it would shutter the free remote access service -- which lets people connect to as many as 10 computers for remote support, transferring files and online demonstrations -- it said it was immediately halting new registrations and would require current users to pick a paid plan. Current users will have seven days from the day they next use LogMeIn to pay up or lose the free service. The Boston-based company has sent emails to users, and will notify them of the change when they run the software on a PC, Mac or mobile device. Most of those who stormed LogMeIn's discussion groups said that they would not pay for the service, which they used only occasionally. Many said they used it to provide ad hoc tech support to friends and especially far-flung family members who were less technically astute. Readers of Computerworld and other technology websites know all too well that they are often pressed into helping others who know that they work in IT or are at least more familiar with the intricacies of Windows, OS X and other operating systems than are they. Numerous users said that they would switch to , a LogMeIn rival that still offers free remote access for personal use. Others pointed out that it was always risky to rely on a free service, comments reminiscent of opinions expressed last year when. And Google gave Reader users three-and-a-half months to prepare for its death. Some claimed that the free service had led to paid subscriptions, which might now be in jeopardy. Still, the company has called out the value of its free service in past filings with the U. Securities and Exchange Commission SEC. If our rate of conversion suffers for any reason, our revenue may decline and our business may suffer. LogMeIn has dumped its free remote access service, and gave current users just seven days to pay up or ship out. Follow Gregg on Twitter at , on or subscribe to. His email address is.
  86. We also met each vendor's iOS-based mobile-access app for connecting to a Windows or Mac machine, though I wouldn't want to try running my desktop machine from a phone or small-screen tablet unless I were desperate. I understand the cost of offering free services when you are a business making money. Alas, LogMeIn met yesterday that, effectively immediately, there's no more free lunch. February 13, 2014 09:23 AM - Posted by Michel not verified I used LogMeIn for a few years and started switching to Remote Utilities just before they restricted the free accounts to 10 and now have no more accounts on LogMeIn. A print-click was all it took. To use VNC, install it on both the PCs you want to connect and then set them to listening. We will be notifying impacted users by email and via the product, and will provide ample notice and a grace period before enforcing any changes.
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