Why we need remote access software in daily life?
Remote access tool, or remote desktop tool, is rather useful in accessing remote Windows PC, Mac, or mobile devices without physical presence. There are many occasions where remote access software for personal comes in handy.
Here are two examples: Employees want to view and manage the files saved on their work computer when they are at home. A person is asked to troubleshoot technical trouble about a computer of a friend who lives far away.
Top three remote access software for personal use that you should know
For personal use, to avoid a terrible experience using improper remote access, it’s reasonable to have a look at these three secure and reliable remote access utilities.
AnyViewer is the first remote access software that I want to recommend for personal use. It is a secure, and easy-to-use remote desktop software that enables you to connect to one PC from another effortlessly. It is secured by Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) encryption, protecting your data from leakage. What’s more, it is totally free for personal use.
2. Chrome Remote Desktop
When you don’t need additional features for personal use, such as online meetings, you can try Chrome Remote Desktop (unofficially called Chromoting). It is free of charge and can exist as an extension of Chrome browser. That is to say, if the device support Google Chrome, you can use Chrome Remote Desktop. It allows you to access PC or mobile devices effortlessly. What you need to pay attention to is that Chrome Remote Desktop doesn’t offer advanced features, like drag-and-drop file transfer, reboot the remote host compute, text chat, and so on.
3. Microsoft Remote Desktop
If Chrome Remote Desktop is not your preference and your demand is limited, and you want to access a remote Windows PC, have a look at Windows built-in function, Remote Desktop, offered by Microsoft. And it’s not available in Windows Home edition. If the host PC and client device are in the same network, you can establish emote connection between the two devices effortlessly. If not, you need to do extra work, including configuring port forwarding on firewall, find out public IP, and so on.
All in all, the three aforementioned utilities are easy and secure remote access software for personal use. If what you care about is powerful and comprehensive functions and easy setup even the devices are not using the same network, AnyViewer is suitable for you. If your PC is installed with Google Chrome, Chrome Remote Desktop is worth trying. When you want to access Windows PC without a third-party tool, Microsoft Remote Desktop isn’t a bad choice.