I haven’t tested this out yet – but I’m curious if this could replace Te…

I haven't tested this out yet – but I'm curious if this could replace TeamViewer.

The latest intall of TeamViewer seemed ineffective and frustrating. Next time the opportunity arises, I'll give this a try and will report my findings.

(via: +irish d – Thanks!)

Reshared post from +Google Chrome

Have you used the Chrome Remote Desktop Beta app before? It provides an easy, secure way to remotely share your computer (or access someone else’s) to troubleshoot computer issues or show something off.

Today’s release takes this one step further. Now you can have full remote access capabilities for your own computers, which means that you can access your other devices (and software that they run) from any device that you’re signed into Chrome on – including Chrome OS. This can be particularly helpful for folks who need to access legacy software from their other devices, whether for work or anything else.

You can find Chrome Remote Desktop here in the Chrome Web Store: http://goo.gl/EnhRe

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0 thoughts on “I haven’t tested this out yet – but I’m curious if this could replace Te…”

  1. This looks interesting, I may have to test it out and see for my self. I've never been too much of a fan of Teamviewer and this may be just what I'm looking for to add to my services I offer. The only thing I would need is an android app that I can use to access my work computer with. 

  2. well chrome browser is being good for the huge market and the amazing games and add-ons has been added to , so they're using such strategy to increase the chrome browser's market and then into the chrome OS cuz all chrome browser apps will work separately from the browser and then get amazing fast OS . i'm sure going to buy a Chrome OS pc

  3. I tried it and it worked well. The only thing I don't like so fat is that it doesn't seem to give me a way to get into it like most extensions do. I'll actually read the instruction this morning, but there's no icon for it in my extension management tray.

  4. Interesting, Bill! I can do this with clients, but not with family – their operating systems are a little older (2-3 years) and don't allow for loading the Chrome browser, unfortunately. I can't wait to try it with a client, though!


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