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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Google Chrome release Remote Desktop feature

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ShoutBloger: Google Chrome is finally releasing a feature that can connect two computers with each other using the Chrome browser.

Products that integrate the functions of the remote desktop on the Chrome browser is designed for its users, who do not trust third-party vendors who also already offer similar services.

Chrome is a free feature called Chrome Remote Desktop, launched in beta version and allows connecting two computers that have an existing Chrome browser on Windows, Linux, Mac and Chromebooks, as reported by Tech Central on Tuesday October 11, 2011.

Google Chrome Remote Desktop can access all data on the computer and to access the user's computer will give you the code to others. This is an authentication code that must be done each time access is granted.

In its release, Google said the feature is very useful for people who need technical assistance from IT technician’s far-flung location.

Other products that also provides access to a computer such as Chrome is TeamViewer Remote Desktop and a website that is join.me are also provided free of charge.

Google said the purpose of this beta release is to demonstrate the function of Google Chrome Remoting Technology and to see how the response from its users later.


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