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I'm looking for an application I can use to teach my classmates how to program.

Well, I give some classmates courses of programming, and I would like a software that lets me share my screen, audio talk, chat, and send multimedia. I have tried Skype to accomplish this, but it gets really buggy or disconnects some of my classmates, and really don't like it for teaching. I have found oovoo, join.me, netsupportmanager, but NSM and join.me are paid or doesn't have all features I need. I'm using Mac and my classmates use Windows. Is there any software that I can use that meets my requirements?

  • Reading between the lines, the software you're after should be available at no costs (free as in "free beer")? – Izzy Mar 14 '16 at 11:27
  • Please edit and rewrite your question: you are not at all looking for software to teach programming, you are looking for software to share your screen etc. I assume this is over the internet, and not in a private network in some class room setting? You should also address Izzy's question. – user416 Mar 14 '16 at 14:50
  • Teamviewer might be a solution for you (never used it to share screens between Mac and Windows, don't know how well this works). – Doc Brown Mar 14 '16 at 19:39
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I'd recommend checking out Google Hangouts, I've used it a bunch for doing presentations for remote co-workers. It's got video, audio, chat and screen share, all pretty well integrated and over a browser. Video quality can occasionally get a bit bad, but it's available for free. I think there's a room size limit of 10 for the free tier, but don't quote me on that. Definitely worth trying out!

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