PC-Link replacement for KiSS media players. Shares video, audio and pictures on your computer with your KiSS media-player. Folders added to the applications media registry are browsed recursively by KiSS media players, and the application runs on all computers having Java Runtime Environment 5.0 or newer installed regardless of operating system.
On authors homepage downloads are available for Microsoft Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux.
What's new in this version: It is now possible to minimize the application to the tray and merge all shared folders into one.
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