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I have a current project that I have been struggling with for a few days and thought I might give you a try to see if you can help me.

For my company I am writing an app that acts like VNC for our personal network. The client asks the server for its current screenshot and the server takes the image and sends it back and then the client displays to the user. The problem is that this takes up to 1/2 a second or more, which is way to slow. I thought that if I could get just the piece of the screen that changed and send that back to the client and then the client could piece that onto the display it would be much faster, so far I havent been able to figure this out.

Does anyone out there know of a way to make my app much faster or a different way of going about it? I am staring at a brick wall on this one.

Help me you are my only hope.

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