Jul 03, 2007 - Remote Display enables desktop extension and mirroring using networked Macs and Windows PCs. One or more computers share their displays (the servers), and one computer (the client) uses the shared displays via a TCP/IP connection to display its desktop. The client can duplicate local displays (mirroring) or extend its desktop (extending) onto the shared displays. Clients can use up to 4 remote displays. Mac-to-Mac, Mac-to-Win, Win-to-Mac, and Win-to-Win are all supported.