It's sort of like Homegroup on Windows 7, minus the Microsoft limitations. It works by connecting through SSH and you build a personal space for your settings and programs and files you want to share or access remotely to others. It can be developed on using Python, C++, C#, Java, Python, VB.NET, pretty much anything today. These programs run locally on your own computer and the file system is integrated into Windows Explorer.
I created this on Linux first (making this available on Windows was a little more difficult and more buggier), so it was built to be multi-platform. Unlike Homegroups, this can be seen as an alternative to websites and it's all secured and encrypted. It's a one port fits all and that port can be changed as you wish for added security. It's also designed to be portable without needing to be port forwarded by using Hamachi. You can build things from scratch like messaging services, multiplayer games, video streaming (like YouTube), etc.
It took several tests to build this on Linux and we're only scratching the surface as we've just now expanded it to Windows. I've even incorporated this network into my own business and people connect to the server anywhere in the world. It works very well for that. These are only the basic things, what we know is much MUCH more. I don't have a video to show this working in Windows but I do have one showing it running on Linux. I will post that video here if anyone's interested in this and makes a reply.
I don't know if anyone's going to reply to this or what's going to happen but whatever happens happens.