Earlier this week, LogMeIn announced that their free service will no longer be available. The news quickly made the rounds, and the community of remote support users is abuzz with discussion. As TechCrunch reported yesterday, “users are up in arms over the news, criticising the company for making an abrupt change”. The end of LogMeIn Free naturally raises the question of how former users want to react to this change: Pay up? Go back to supporting your computer-challenged friends and relatives over the phone? Stop helping them altogether?
With Mikogo, you won’t have to do any of this. Mikogo is a perfect solution for remote support. You can help out your friends and family with their computer problems live over the Web, without having to visit them. You can control their keyboard and mouse remotely and everything they see on their screen, you will see on your screen.
We’re happy to invite anyone who is looking for a free remote support solution to our service. Simply sign up for a free account and download the software to try it out on your Windows, Mac or Linux system. There is no limit on how many times you can download the software or how many computers you can install it on. And the remote computer doesn’t even need an installation or registration at all.
Even with a free account, there are no restrictions on number or duration of sessions either. Mikogo is available for you whenever you need it, no matter how often that may be – completely free for private use.
To find out more about Mikogo, check out our product description and browse our user guide, or simply sign up for a free account now to try it out. If you need any help getting started, our support team is here for you! Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discussion: Have you remotely supported someone using Mikogo in the past? Let us know about your experiences in the comments!