At a Glance
- Nothing to install on the PCs
- Easily connects a Mac to a small PC network
- Simple to install and use
- No printed manual
- Won’t share a PostScript printer with a PC
You need to move files between Macs and PCs, but you work in a small office, and there’s no networking expert at hand. Have no fear – Thursby’s MacSOHO 1.0 is for you.
MacSOHO puts the NetBEUI protocol on a Macintosh for the first time, and the net effect is simple: You can drag and drop between platforms. Macs appear in Windows’ Network Neighborhood window, and PCs show up on a Mac in MacSOHO’s Network Neighborhood window.
MacSOHO is a breeze to install, unlike Thursby’s TCP/IP-based Dave, which requires some PC-networking knowledge. Setup assistants for both platforms walk you through the steps.