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Microsoft Remote Desktop is developed for mostly enterprise users for remote control, not to share the screen with a friend. It lacks firewall support, and is much more complicated to setup properly than some other apps, designed for fast and easy sharing. See More
There's a host of downloads involved. It shouldn't be so complex to decide what software to download because of their respective services or featuresets. It should just be one client and one server with options to turn on or off different feature sets. See More
Too many variations of clients and servers (apps) and paid subscriptions to choose from for different scenarios
For key transfers, 1024 bit RSA and 256 bit RSA are used. The key that is encoded with 1024 bit RSA can be sent directly. The key that is encoded with 256 bit RSA is not sent directly. The key that is encoded with 256 bit RSA is sent again after being encoded with 256 bit AES. See More
Free account have no tangible restrictions. Premium account is just a way to say "thank you" to developers. And it work for all servers of discord (not as in slack). And it can be purchased by one who wants. In contrast to Slask, where all active members of the server should be "premium". See More
With Google+ “Hangouts on Air”, you can broadcast any hangout to an unlimited audience via your Goolge+ Profile or simply a generic YouTube link. Moreover, any Hangout on Air (public or private) is automatically saved as YouTube video that you can keep for private reference or use in any way that you would normally share a YouTube video. This allows you to record conversations without additional obtrusive software. See More
Messages are sent and received only when both ends are online, if neither end is using a cloud-enabled device. In this case, if you are online 9-17 and your recipient is online 18-3, messages will never be delivered. See More
Skype has significant problems with multiple users and video quality. Skype recommends that a max of 5 users group chat as video quality is severely affected. Even webcams tested with other chat services showed lower quality when used with Skype. See More