- System Utilities
- Remote Computing
- Chrome Remote Desktop
Chrome Remote Desktop
I've been using Chrome Remote Desktop for the past few months and it's been an incredibly useful tool. It's incredibly easy to set up and use, and the security features are top-notch. I've been able to easily access my PC from anywhere, and even remotely control other computers. It's been a great way to stay connected and productive when I'm away from my desk. Highly recommend it!
The 108.0.5359.125 version of Chrome Remote Desktop is available as a free download on our website. Our antivirus scan shows that this download is malware free. The program belongs to System Utilities. This PC software works fine with 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/11.
The most popular versions of the program are 85.0, 74.0 and 70.0. This free software was originally designed by Google. The default filenames for the program's installer are chrome.exe, SevenStacks0.exe, rundll32.exe, RSSClient.exe or prowin32.exe etc.
From the developer:
Chrome Remote Desktop allows you to remotely access another computer through your Chrome browser or Chromebook. You also need to install this tool on the computer that needs to be connected. Computers can be made available on an short-term basis (for remote support), or on a more long-term basis for remote access to your applications and files.
Chrome Remote Desktop works on Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs.
You may want to check out more software, such as Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server, Remote Desktop Assistant or Remote Desktop Inspector, which might be similar to Chrome Remote Desktop.
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Yeah, Google Chrome remote desktop is good. Alternatively, you can also try tools like R-HUB remote support servers, Logmein etc. for remotely accessing computers from anywhere anytime. They work well.