- 17 New Look and Functionality
- 18 Parental Controls
- 19 Windows Defender and Windows Firewall
- 20 Network and Sharing Center
- 21 Instant Search and Internet Explorer 7
- 22 Photo Gallery
- 23 Windows Aero and Windows Flip
- 24 Windows Mobility Center and Tablet PC Support
- 25 Windows Meeting Space
- 26 Windows SideShow
- 27 Windows Automatic Backup
- 28 Windows Complete PC Backup and Restore
- 29 Windows Media Center
- 30 Windows DVD Maker
- 31 Games
- 32 Windows Fax and Scan
- 33 Remote Desktop Connection
- 34 Shadow Copy
- 35 Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption
- 36 Language Packs
25 Windows Meeting Space
Windows Meeting Space, available in all Vista editions except Home Basic, allows you to connect with others around you to share files, applications, or control of your entire computer. Although Windows Meeting Space doesn't support connections over the Internet, it is very useful for in-person meetings or a meeting with all participants in the same building.
For example, instead of several people in a meeting gathering around a PC or laptop trying to see the screen, Windows Meeting Space allows people to see the live image of the screen on their own computer, as shown in Figure 3.27. You can connect with each other over a wired or wireless network or by using a peer-to-peer (ad hoc) wireless connection.
Figure 3.27 Example of viewing the desktop of a participant in a Windows Meeting Space session.
- Remote PC's desktop
You can access Windows Meeting Space on the All Programs section of the Start menu.