LAKE FOREST, CA – FEBRUARY 5, 2008 – Hutchings Software has released
Bosco’s Screen Share 3, a major update to its popular, free, cross-
platform screen sharing software. The new releases adds Universal Binary
for Mac users, significant performance improvements for both Mac and
Windows users, and improvements to web screen sharing. Bosco’s Screen Share
uses a proprietary peer-to-peer protocol, eliminating user confusion about
clients and servers that makes other free and open source screen sharing
solutions difficult to use.
Bosco’s Screen Share is used by creative professionals to show their work
to clients, software developers to demonstrate products to publishers and
users, support professionals to diagnose and fix computer problems
remotely, telecommuters to collaborate with their office-bound colleagues,
and even college kids helping their Moms and Dads with computer problems.
Thousands of users share screens with Bosco’s Screen Share on a weekly
“If you can dial a phone, you can share screens with Bosco’s Screen Share,”
said Bosco, Hutchings Software’s product mascot since 2001. “Unfortunately,
I’m a dog, and I can’t dial a phone, but I’m sure you can!”
Bosco’s Screen Share is a free download from Hutchings Software’s website,
componentx.com. Hutchings Software offers basic configuration assistance
and premium configuration and training to users who need a little help.
Basic configuration is $24.95, while premium configuration and training is
$44.95. Hutchings Software will also be selling advertisement space within
the software by the end of February, 2008.
Since 1991, Hutchings Software has developed and delivered powerful
software that regular people can relate to and use. Current popular
products include Bosco’s Screen Share, Bosco’s Sensor Pouch, Bosco’s Foto
Trimmer, and RealeWiter (in collaboration with RealeStudios, LLC).