Chrome Remote Desktop allows users access other computers or allow another user to access your computer securely over the Internet.
Chrome Remote Desktop enables you to enlist the help of a trusted resource for help in diagnosing and resolving problems with your computer through the internet. Using Chrome Remote Desktop you can share access to your computer with an individual you trust, who will then be able to view your computer screen and control your computer remotely, just as if they were sitting beside you helping in person. Sharing is fully secured, access is given only to the specific person you identify, and only on a one-time basis. If you are an IT helpdesk professional, Chrome Remote Desktop provides you with a simple and secure means to troubleshoot and resolve problems with your users’ systems without having to leave your desk. Chrome Remote Desktop is fully cross-platform, so you can connect any two computers that have a Chrome browser, including Windows, Linux, Mac and ChromeOS machines.
Chrome has a new chrome desktop web app to use your mobile device for remote access. Chrome Remote Desktop is available on the web on your computer.
Set up remote access to your computer
You can set up remote access to your Mac, Windows, or Linux computer.
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- In the address bar, type
- Under “Set up Remote Access,” click Download .
- Follow the onscreen directions to download and install Chrome Remote Desktop.
You may have to enter your computer password to give Chrome Remote Desktop access. You may also be prompted to change security settings in Preferences.
|Publisher||Google Chrome extensions|
|Category||Browsers, Networking Software|
|Download link||DOWNLOAD WEB APP|