Net Meeting is installed with Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003, it is just not obvious that it is.

There are, by default, no Desktop or Start Menu shortcuts for it.

A product developed by Microsoft Corporation that enables groups to teleconference using the Internet as the transmission medium.


The business sphere had always been a place of innovation when it came to conferencing solutions, with phone conferences being popular well into the early (and in some instances late) 2000’s.Net Meeting on Windows 95, which was bundled with later versions of Internet Explorer 3, introduced a large percentage of people to voice and video communication with people from every corner of the world. By this I mean it was never particularly attractive to look at (unlike say the latest version of MSN Messenger or a customised version of the legendary m IRC) and was a good example of function over form.There was no centralised server for users to connect to, no username or login required and instead the conferencing took place via the direct dialling of an IP address or using a public Internet Locator Server (ILS) which acted as a directory.Read More » Slideshow: Interesting Facts About Google Search From Goats to Penguins, a server outage and trillions of searches, our slideshow presents interesting facts about Google and the ..Read More » Java Basics, Part 1 Java is a high-level programming language.Read More » Slideshow: History of Microsoft Operating Systems Microsoft Windows is a family of operating systems for personal computers.

You must have an account to comment. Please register or login here!