How to: Connect to your Mac Remotely through VNC
If you have a Mac and broadband, you should be using Apple’s Remote Desktop (a bit of lipstick on the VNC pig with that name). Setting up a VNC server enables you to connect to your home or office Mac from any computer running a VNC client, meaning you can access and use your Mac’s desktop from Windows, Linux, or even another Mac. Iniblog has a nice post directing people on how to set this up, and the only other thing you’ll need to get is a VNC client, such as Chicken of the VNC (free). Check it out!