If you are looking for Windows NetMeeting, you have come to the right place. We explain what Windows NetMeeting is and point you to the official download.
What is Windows NetMeeting?
Windows NetMeeting by Microsoft is a voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) and multi-point video conferencing client downloadable in many Microsoft Windows, which include Windows 95 up to Windows XP. This software is designed with H.323 protocol exclusively for audio and video conferencing. It is also created with a modified version of the ITU T.120 protocol for remote desktop sharing (RDS), application sharing, desktop sharing, file transfer, and whiteboarding. Overall, this software is developed to deliver a complete solution to audio and video conferencing via the Internet.
The most recent version of Windows NetMeeting is NetMeeting 3 which is already made available for Windows 2000, Windows 2000 with SP 2, Windows 2000 with SP3, and Windows 2000 with SP 4. It is also compatible with Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows ME and Windows NT. Other than that it must have the following minimum requirements: 90 MHz Pentium processor, 16 MB Ram for Windows Me, Windows 98 and Windows 95, while 24 MB RAM for Windows NT. For audio, video and data features of this software, the computer to use or where to install this must have the following requirements of hardware: 90 MHz Pentium processor and 16 MB RAM for Windows ME, Windows 98 and Windows 95 or 24 MB RAM for Windows NT.
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Last updated: : October 3, 2012