If you’ve used any version of Windows, right from the beginning, i.e from Windows 95 to Windows 98 or Windows 2000 to Windows XP, you’ll find this feature called Microsoft NetMeeting.
It’s a built-in too for multi-point communication with others who are running on similar OS’es, ie, in simple terms it is software which uses the Voice Over Internet Protocol and lets you communicate, talk, conference and even video conference over Internet, with the only requirement being an active internet connection.
Download link for Microsoft NetMeeting.
Alternative Software for Microsoft NetNeeting:
1> Free video conferencing software.
I was looking for software that would allow me to conduct video conferencing for free on my computer / laptop.
iVisit allows you to communicate one-on-one, in 8 way videoconferencing rooms, or with up to fifteen other people anywhere anytime on both Windows and Mac PCs.
You can combine video conferencing, voice calls, instant messaging, web co-browsing and file sharing for all your online meetings. You can share pictures, videos and photos in any format during voice calls or video conferences. The basic iVisit service is free, but you must pay to upgrade to the Plus package if you want to unlock certain features.
iVisit is easy to navigate but lacks a sophisticated layout. The main problem with i-visit is that it is highly complex to use, for a normal end user creating an account and using may be bit tough. The GUI needs to improve definitely and with google’s new gvoice, i gues companies like iVisit have few miles to catch. You can Download the software and try for yourself at http://www.ivisit.com/main_download