McNucle server / Nucle Browser v1.0 Public beta
The McNucle server software turns a Macintosh into a remotely accessible metadata based file server.
The McNucle server works closely together with the Nucle Browser. With a Mcnucle server on your Mac you can connect to it with the Nucle Browser from any internet-enabled computer (Mac & Windows): access your folders, search & organize all filetypes and media based on metadata, upload/download files, fine-grained sharing possibilities,...
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