Tuesday, February 19, 2008 1:10 AM
My suggestion affects the User Interface.
I think that they way it is now is OK, I do think it looks horrid in Vista. I think it should mimic the Vista taskbar (black), so it appears that the desktop has two taskbars, but the top one is sharedview. Maybe an option to have it mimic the taskbar would be a better idea (Available under the options of Sharedview. This way it doesnt hinder the appearance of Windows, but instead enhances it. If this doesnt make sense please ask me to explain further. Thank you and thanks for a very useful product!
Friday, February 22, 2008 4:43 PM
Thanks for your feedback and thanks for using SharedView!
Monday, March 10, 2008 1:04 PM
It's a good way to share desktop and applications but it's like Windows Meeting Space and a little like Remote Assistance from Windows Live Messenger.... If I was the developper, I would tightly integrated it with Windows Live Messenger and/or Windows Meeting Space. Micrososft has already a product for enterprises (Live Communicatons Server that should be tightly integrated with Active Directory and/or Exchange Server) but for home users, it should be integrated with something that is similar like Windows Meeting Space and/or Windows Live Messenger.
I'm sure Microsoft is developping shared desktop, audio and video with multiple people in Windows Live Messenger 9 or 10. I think it's a key feature for the next 5 years to come.
Keep up the good work!