Use Network Speed Tester to measure the actual transfer speed of your local wifi or wired network. A graph helps you see changes in realtime. Optimize your wifi network by moving or placing your wifi router until you reach the best results. Make sure to also download the free iOS Client App for even simpler speed tests between Mac and your iPhone/iPad or the Apple TV.
Screen Sharing Your Mac contains a built-in Screen Sharing feature, which is essentially a with some extra features. This means that you can use standard VNC clients to control your Mac, and VNC clients are available for all platforms. To enable screen sharing, click the Apple icon on the menu bar at the top of your screen and select System Preferences.
Provide seamless and secure network layer access to corporate resources, including Microsoft® Outlook® and Microsoft SharePoint®. SonicWall NetExtender is a thin client that enables remote users to access the network from any computer equipped with an Internet connection and standard web browser.
Mac Meeting Manager Uninstaller. This utility uninstalls all Cisco-WebEx meeting and PCNow services. Supported OS/Version. This is a standalone version of the WebEx Player for.wrf files. Supported OS/Version. Mac OSX (Intel).
Click the Sharing icon in the System Preferences window and enable the Screen Sharing checkbox. This control panel will inform you how you can connect. If you have another Mac on the local network, you can open a Finder window, look in the Shared section of the sidebar, select the computer you want to control, and click Share Screen. If you don’t have a Mac or want to use another VNC client, you can connect to the IP address displayed here. Bear in mind that the IP address displayed above is likely an internal IP address where your Mac can be found on your local network, which means you can’t access it over the Internet without forwarding ports. Click the Computer Settings button to set a password. If you don’t set up a password, you’ll have to agree to a confirmation dialog on the Mac every time you want to control it remotely. If you have another Mac, you can set up Screen Sharing to work over the Internet without needing any other software.
Open the System Preferences window, click the iCloud icon, check Use Back to My Mac, and go through the setup process. When you use another Mac and you’re logged into the same iCloud account, your other Mac will appear under the Shared section of the sidebar in Finder, and you can connect to its screen over the Internet. If you want to connect to your Mac from anything that isn’t a Mac, you’ll need to forward ports to ensure the VNC is accessible. We don’t recommend this unless you know what you’re doing, as it’s more complicated and there are security concerns. If you want to connect over the Internet from another device, we recommend you use one of the below, easy-to-use alternatives to Screen Sharing.