BeeBEEP open source office messenger


BeeBEEP impresses with its features, simplicity, and robustness. If you are looking for software that makes it easier to collaborate on a project with friends, fellow students, or other employees, you are likely to find the program appealing.

In addition, the program is available for all common PC operating systems, and it does not necessarily need to be installed with administrative privileges – in that sense it is truly portable software. If you want, just copy the archive to your computer, unpack it, and start the application.

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