Just because you're away from your Mac doesn't mean you have to be away from its Contents. Connect remotely to any Mac set to share.
Control remote Macs (like your iMac downstairs) from your desktop. Use Desktop Transporter's multiple desktop view to switch between all displays attached to Connected Macs, and copy text and graphics between the local and the remote machines.
The Top 10 Features at a Glance
* Share your Macs on your LAN or via the Internet * Discover shared Macs with Bonjour * Control multiple Macs from one machine * Live previews for all your shared Macs * Makes Internet sharing easy by configuring your Apple Airport station * Full screen mode * Can run as a menu extra * Access other user accounts without using Fast User Switching * Copy and paste text and graphics from one machine to another * Use a non-US keyboard (unlike VNC) * Familiar Mac interface
New in Version 2.6
* NEW: Live View: All Macs with Desktop Transporter running on your local area network, assuming you have access to them, can be watched in real-time from the main browser window. * NEW: Server-side scaling: Desktop Transporter saves bandwidth by scaling down the desktop to fit the window size in use. * NEW: Server-side clipping: When you are viewing remote desktops at one-to-one scale, the server saves bandwidth by only transferring screen updates for the area that is actually visible in your viewer window. * NEW: Desktop filtering: If you manage many Macs, you now have the ability to filter the list of shared desktops. * NEW: Keychain support: Desktop Transporter can store passwords to access shared desktops in the Keychain. * Improved: More efficient compression when viewing desktops in millions of colors. * Fixed: A crash on Leopard has been resolved.