Posts Tagged ‘Remote Desktop’

Remote Buddy Display is an app that allows the remote mirroring and control of a Mac from the new Apple TV using its Siri Remote, turning it into a Remote Desktop solution.

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Here’s how to get Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) on your Mac running OS X the easy way without having to fully install Windows in a virtual machine or by using Boot Camp.

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Google has finally answered the prayers of its legions of Chrome Remote Desktop users by bringing the powerful service to Android mobile devices. The native mobile app has been made available as a free-of-charge download directly from the Google Play Store and will act as a dedicated counterpart to the existing desktop app that has proved so popular with PC and Mac users.

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The App Store and Google Play Store is far from short of remote control apps. That is, apps to control a PC or Mac from a smartphone or a tablet. With apps like LogMeIn and Splashtop proving popularas well as countless other lesser lights keeping the big boys honest, owners of phones and tablets aren’t short of choice when it comes to remotely controlling their computers. Still, that apparently isn’t going to stop Google from entering the fray.

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Back last week, Microsoft announced that a Remote Desktop app for iOS and Android would be forthcoming, and staying true to that promise, and in line with today’s Windows 8.1 release, the said app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android has just arrived.

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Hot on the heels of the news that Microsoft would be bringing a touch-ready version of Office to iPad at some unspecified time in the near future, the Redmond company has just announced that Remote Desktop is also about to hit the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store. Unlike Office for iPad, which didn’t really get much of an ETA from Steve Ballmer, the software maker has issued an indirect press release on the state of RDP, noting that it will become available to those on iOS and Android by the end of the month.

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