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NetMeeting was a popular audio/videoconferencing and instant messaging (IM) application that was included with Microsoft Windows versions 95 OSR2 to Windows XP. NetMeeting was replaced by Windows Meeting Space when Windows Vista was released.
NetMeeting provided desktop audio/video sharing, chat and file transfer functionalities. NetMeeting was initially associated with later Internet Explorer (IE) 3 versions and IE 4.0’s early version.
This was before free IM clients were the norm. NetMeeting is now no longer used in any significant sense.
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