Posted by David • Jan 12th, 2004 2:10:15 pm - Subscribe | Mood: relaxed | Music: Ellen - I am Free
I have not tried out this program yet but it sounds rather interesting. Basically its personal P2P software that enables you and another users to login and share photo / images with each other. You are able to chat through the 'hello' client and even monitor what your fellow user is viewing.
As we all know sharing images online is a pain, but with hello it appears to be so much easier. Hello acts as a chat client and picture viewer and allows you to save JPEGs. Think of it as a direct connection with a pretty GUI and without firewall issues.
"Although Hello works over a peer-to-peer network, nobody can access your images unless you share them. You choose what to share, with whom, and when. Hello uses 128-bit AES encryption to keep everything secure."
1.Install the Hello app and ask a friend to do the same.
2. Log on at the same time as your friend.
3. Share JPEGs, see what the other person views, reference specific pictures while chatting, or download each other's pics.
Hello does not currently support proxy servers, but it's totally free and works with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
If you are interested in more information about this program click here if your ready to download it go here