- Apr 12, 2001
9to5mac details some screenshots from Apple's upcoming Screen Sharing feature in Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5).
"Screen Sharing" offers some functionality that was previously reserved for Apple Remote Desktop by allowing you to remotely control other Macs from Leopard. Apple conveniently added client-side support to Mac OS X 10.4.10, allowing Leopard (10.5) users to control older Tiger (10.4.10) Mac OS X installations.
The feature allows you to encrypt data across the connection and change the quality of the view. The feature was orignially described as a part of iChat when it was first introduced at the 2006 WWDC.