Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Google Takes Chrome Remote Desktop Out of Beta, Provides Real-Time Audio Feed on Windows

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Google launched Chrome Remote Desktop in beta one year ago to let users controlling their computer from afar.

It helps you do a lot of stuff that is amazingly innovative, for example from adjusting printer settings on your brothers computer to finding a lost file on your sisters laptop, Chrome Remote Desktop via Chrome Browser makes you the family hero by helping you remotely access other computers including your own.

Google has taken Chrome Remote Desktop out of beta by adding some additional features, reported Google Chrome Blog yesterday. It has more features in the works that will make Chrome Remote Desktop even more powerful.

New features include the addition of copy-and-paste between your local and remote computers. It provides a real time audio feed (on Windows) if you want to listen to that MP3 music collection you have stored on a computer at home.

For your new Samsung Chromebook Chrome Remote Desktop is a great companion tool allowing you to remote into your PC or Mac at home while you bring your portable and easy-to use Chromebook with you on the go.


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