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HOW TO CONTROL ANYONE'S PC ONLINE USING REMOTE ACCESS TOOL

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HOW TO CONTROL ANYONE'S PC ONLINE USING REMOTE ACCESS TOOL
« on: February 09, 2014, 11:09:46 PM »


Goodnews to Pc Engineers out there, you can now Repair or fix any computer without being at the venue,

Lets say you got a call from your Family member asking you why there pc isnt working properly, After trying to explain the solution to them on phone with no success.

 You can now Fix the Pc yourself using a Remote Assistance Software called Crossloop (Doownload here) a completely free screen sharing software that's extremely simple to use and very secure, Since its not Automatically installed on Pc's  I would advise installing this on their computer even before they have problems so you'll be prepared.

They would need to click Host then give you Access code and Click Connect Button



After they've done that, on your side you click the Join Tab, Type in the Access code and click Connect



They'll get a dialog telling them that you want to control their computer, tell them to hit Yes.



The first time they run the app, they’ll need to click the Unblock button (unless you've already installed and configured it for them)



Now you can control there Pc and help them with the problem



This application can work without any problem  with Firewall or Antivirus

You can click the little folder icon on the CrossLoop window to send files from one computer to the other.



If you are having issues with your speed, you can turn down the amount of colors shown
Right-click on the CrossLoop window title bar and then choose Connection options:



You can select the checkbox for "Restrict pixels to 8-bit (for slow networks which will make the picture really ugly, but you can breeze around and get things done. I'd only use this if you are having issues, but it's good to know it's there.


After Ending your first session, you would get a dialog asking you to rate your experience


Thanks to howtogeek for this tutorial



« Last Edit: February 09, 2014, 11:14:44 PM by Timi Dapsin »



 


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