EchoVNC takes control of the screen, the desktop and keyboard of a computer using the VNC protocol.
Both the appearance of the programme and the way it works resemble the popular UltraVNC and there's a good reason for that - it's basically the next evolution of the latter. The key difference is that EchoVNC allows you to bypass awkward router configuration allowing you to avoid messing around with proxies to make connections. This saves you hours of wasted time messing around with setting up NAT services and virtual servers on your router. Of course, if you're comfortable with router configuration, then this program will not really benefit you but the fact remains that many UltraVNC users aren't and EchoVNC will come as a godsend to them. It's also worth noting that accompanying this major improvement, there is the integration of a chat client server, a system for transferring files, several new viewing modes and the ability to record the screen activity in a SWF file.
A new chat client, new viewing options and automatic router configuration make this an essential for UltraVNC fans.