Securely do VNC, share files, sync folder and remote backup via Google based VPN, even behind NAT. Gbridge helps you to manage your multiple PCs, and collaborate works with close friends. You can also use it to privately exchange huge media files with your family. Gbridge has many unique features. The built-in VNC let your remote access your PC desktop or invite your friend to see your desktop for collaboration. You can drag&drop a folder to create a share and select which friend can access. Before syncing the folder, your friends can remotely browse the folder, see the auto-generated photo thumbnail/slideshow, play MP3 online. You can sync folders among your own PCs too. Setup a recurring local or remote backup of your important folder is just easy. All services are running on top of the VPN that is automatically formed among your multiple PCs no matter where they are. You can also extend the VPN to include your Gtalk friend's PCs if both sides allow. You have full control over what resources are available to your friend. Since Gbridge creates tunnel through NAT or firewall and connects PCs directly, it gives you maximum throughput and privacy. Remote access doesn't get any simpler than GBridge. A free extension of Google's secure, VPN (Virtual Private Network)-based GTalk, GBridge is the must-have application for anybody who performs technical support, or requires access to their home or work PC remotely. Gain complete remote access to your PC from anywhere in the world without having to deal with the frustrating hassle of reconfiguring firewalls, third-party VPNs, routers, and NATs. Use industry-standard VNC to remotely control PCs. Transfer files, and synchronize entire directories. Listen to your music or see your pictures on your home PC from wherever you happen to be. Securely share files with your Gtalk friends. Fix the PCs of your far-flung clients, friends and relatives like you were sitting in front of them: you'll never have to walk a novice user through a complex, frustrating, time-consuming repair procedure over the phone again. Gbridge is remarkably simple to install, very easy to use, and does for free what several leading vendors charge hefty monthly fees for. Gbridge also supports Google Apps accounts.
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I've now worn the Fitbit Versa 2 as my primary wearable for a month and it served as a solid motivational tool, but had limited use as a smartwatch. It's the best Fitbit available today, but that may not be enough with older Apple Watch models at the same price.