Free Remote Desktop Connection Softwares list

Remote Desktop Connection allows you to use remote computer (home or office) from your local PC, so you will be able to access the remote computer screen sitting at home, this technology is also used in smart phones to connect mobiles to remote desktop.
Remote Desktop software helps you to share your PC screen with other people over the internet, once you install the software you will be able to access your PC from any place. Also you will be able to share your files from computer and you can initiate a chat with other user.
Nowadays, we have more advanced remote desktop control software’s which is very helpful for remote technical support provider’s because of advance features.  Using remote desktop control you can access your family member or friend’s computer, who needs your technical assistance to fix their computer issue, you can easily establish remote access connection using software’s listed below and resolve their issues quickly without any hassle.

6 Best Free Remote Desktop Connection Software’s Review

1. Team Viewer remote desktop application

  • Simple and easy remote file transfer.
  • This supports browser based access as well.
  • Port forwarding is not required.
  • Available for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

2. TightVNC remote control software

  • This application is compatible with Windows or Unix based PCs.
  • TightVNC can be used as a portable app in USB, but no integrated encryption.
  • Supports remote file transfer.

3. LogMeIn remote access control for Windows and Mac OS X

  • LogMeIn remote access client requires registration.
  • Easy to Install and connect.
  • It is one of the fastest remote access service.
  • Doesn’t support remote file access or transfer and remote printing is available only in Pro version.

4. Mikogo Free remote desktop access tool for both commercial and private use

  • Mikogo supports Windows and Mac OS X.
  • Mikogo uses 256-Bit AES encryption.
  • It supports 10 people to attend one session.
  • User can choose preferences, only particular application can be accessed by other participant.

5. UltraVNC  remote access service for on demand remote computer support

  • Easy to Install and connect, It has remote file transfer feature.
  • Port forwarding is required on router to access the remote computer.
  • After closing the remote session it removes all traces of program.

6. CrossLoop Free remote desktop service

  • This program supports Windows and Mac OS X.
  • Sessions are secured with 128 bit encryption and generates a random 12-digit key.
  • Port forwarding is not required in CrossLoop, so it’s easy to install and connect .

7. Join.me Remote Connection: Screen Sharing

  • In order to establish a remote connection you have to download 1mb file and run.
  • Supports file transfer’s and chat up to 250 sessions.
  • Quick and easy to download.

Here are the list of some more remote connection software’s, I haven’t really been able to use below remote access software’s and review it.

8. BeAnywhere

9. Dual Desk

10. Login NTR

11. Go To My PC

 

Comments

  1. tammy messina says:

    I’ve used teamviewer and 2 other pieces of software that are listed here – but have to say that I still prefer Proxy Networks, for security features. There’s a lot of vulnerability when you’re opening a remote connection, and it is important to fill these holds. Proxy takes care of this – it is the software used by the US secret service.

  2. Hi,

    Just wanted to let you know that today we released Mikogo Version 4.0 as a beta release. There are many new features included, such as chat, profile manager, multi-user whiteboard, dual monitor support, over 30 languages, etc.
    If you’re interested in checking this out please drop by the Mikogo Beta page.

    Regards,
    Andrew Donnelly
    The Mikogo Team
    Twitter: @Mikogo

  3. Randy says:

    Fine, RHUB (http:// www. rhubcom.com/) is too an excellent remote desktop device. Though it is not free, you find that it has no equals when you start exploring its distinct features.

  4. James says:

    I’ve used LogMeIn and TeamViewer and I’m still faithful to Techinline which isn’t on that list.I love this tool for its simplicity and its price. And im using it for 4 years already and no cons detected.

  5. remote says:

    We use “Go to Assist” for remote connection to our customers

  6. Eugene says:

    Why not include Ammyy Admin. I think this precise free analogue of TeamViewer is worth being in the list =)

  7. Max says:

    For personal use I really like Teamviewer. I don’t think I’ll be paying for a professional license, though; that’s a bit steep! I’m looking at something like Screenconnect that’s self-hosted and has a more reasonable price tag.

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