Chrome Remote Desktop has changed and now only requires an extension to work on Windows and Mac and allow you to access the browser remotely. Starting with Chrome version 75, you no longer need to download an additional program to use the remote access tool. Google's solution allows you to connect two computers through the browser: you can access someone else's machine or allow someone you trust to control your PC without being physically present. The user can also register multiple personal devices to open them on other devices as possible, for example viewing the desktop on the mobile screen. See in the tutorial how to use the service without installing apps.
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How to set up Chrome Remote Desktop
Before using remote access, upgrade Google Chrome and make sure it is version 75 or higher. Then download the extensive Chrome Remote Desktop and install it in the browser.
Download the Chrome Remote Desktop extension Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
How to allow remote access
Step 1. Open Google Remote Access site (https://remotedesktop.google/) and go to the Remote Support tab. Click Generate Code.
Generate a code to allow someone else to access your PC Photo: Playback / Paulo Alves
Step 2. Copy the code that appears on the screen and share it with the person who will access your computer.
Share the code with the person who will access your PC Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 3. A warning appears on the screen when the other person is trying to access your machine. Click Share Authorize. While in session, everything you do on the PC will be seen by the contact. At any time, click Stop sharing on the footer to break the connection.
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How to access someone else's computer
Step 1. Open Google Remote Access site (https://remotedesktop.google/) and go to the Remote Support tab. In Grant Support, type the code entered by the user whose computer you want to access. Click Connect to log in.
Enter the code of the PC to be accessed and connect Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 2. The entire desktop of the host PC will appear inside Google Chrome. In the right pane, use the Keyboard Controls menu buttons to execute commands such as print and Ctrl + Alt + Del on the accessed machine.
Access someone else's computer through Chrome Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 3. Click Disconnect to end the session.
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How to control a personal computer
Chrome Remote Desktop lets you set up personal computers to always be available as long as they are signed in and signed in to the same Google account. The feature is useful for controlling a home computer at work, or accessing a PC from a mobile phone in an emergency.
Step 1. Open Google Remote Access site (https://remotedesktop.google/), go to the Remote Access tab and click Enable. Make sure you have a Google account signed in to Chrome.
Enable remote access on computer Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves
Step 2. Give your computer a name that makes it easier to identify the machine later.
Name your computer Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 3. Enter a password and repeat the combination in the field below. At the end, click Start.
Create a password to protect access to your computers Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 4. Open the Chrome Remote Desktop app on your phone and select your computer from the list of registered devices. The app only displays devices that have the same Google account set up in Chrome.
Access a personal computer on my phone via Chrome Remote Desktop Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves