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I am looking for a solution to do my online computer trainings to users over the internet. For these trainings I need to share my screen as well as having a platform for the voice and people to ask questions. I don't need fancy stuff like blackboard, etc.

For my previous training I used Yuuguu for screen sharing which works very well and Wiziq for chat/voice (although a bit costly). The very good thing with Yuuguu is that it does not consume my processing resources, however, the maximum number of users is 30.

So, Can you suggest firstly a better all in one solution (screen/voice/chat)? If not a better alternative to Yuuguu (the same price range preferably unlimited number of users) and Wiziq (a free chat/voice preferably). The clients can have any kind of OS and I use Ubuntu and sometimes windows.

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I have seen use of teamviewer in similar situations have you tried that it might help you also skype has the ability to share screen I do not know about user limit in skype – Registered User Mar 15 '13 at 4:39
@RegisteredUser, now I use wiziq to share my screen in windows. I will try teamviewer if I were forced to use Linux. Skype is not good for any number more than 10, even 5. – rowman Mar 15 '13 at 16:21

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We used to have the skype and teamviewer for our java training course in chennai.


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how many people were in class? Could you provide more details? – rowman Sep 5 '13 at 12:51

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