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Top Free Remote Access Tools

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Sunday, December 21st, 2014 With No Comments »

Remote access tool allows a user to remotely administer another computer through a GUI (Graphical User Interface), which gives you fast and easy access to all your important files no matter where you are. So that you log on to your PC or tablet and access a faraway computer as if you were there in person. Here are top Free Remote Access Tools for Windows, Mac and Linux. Just read on to find which tool is the best fit for your work.

List of top free remote access tools for Windows:

TeamViewer

TeamViewer connects to any PC or server around the world within a few seconds. You can remote control your partner’s PC as if you were sitting right in front of it.

TeamViewer provides an All-In-One solution for a wide variety of scenarios in a single software package: remote maintenance, spontaneous support, access to unattended computers, home office, online meetings, presentations, training sessions and team work.

TeamViewer - The All-In-One Solution for Remote Access and Support over the Internet

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Ammyy Admin

Ammyy Admin is a freeware, a reliable, trustworthy and affordable software for remote assistance, administration, remote desktop sharing and distance education from any place in the World.

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Remote Utilities

Remote Utilities is a free remote access tool for Windows, it also is highly configurable and secure remote desktop software for IT professionals. This tool is ideal for network administration and remote support. The free version allows you remote up to 10 PCs for free!

Free Remote Access software

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AeroAdmin

AeroAdmin is a portable and absolutely free remote access tool for Windows, that allows you to lets you control remote computer file system. Copy files and folders from/to remote computer with ability to resume download/upload in case the remote connection was interrupted and set up remote desktop connection within a few seconds! This tool has small size but doesn’t have chat capabilities!

Free Remote Access Software

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UltraVNC

UltraVNC is another free remote access tool for Windows that is tailored towards Windows PCs, with several features not found in other VNC products. It allows the viewer to use their mouse and keyboard to control the Server Computer remotely.

Free Remote Desktop Software
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Quick Screen Share

The remote access control Quick Screen Share provides you a quick and free way to share you screen with someone else without having to download software. 

free remote access control

You can try Quick Screen Share here.

BeamYourScreen

This portable remote access tool that works like some of the others in this list, where the presenter is given an ID number they must share with another user so they can connect to the presenter’s screen.

beam your screen- Free Remote Access Tools

Download for Windows, Mac and Linux at: http://www.beamyourscreen.com/download/windows-download/

DesktopNow

This tool allows you to access your computer over the internet so that you are never without your important data, files and programs. With DesktopNow you can view and control your desktop, share any folder on your computer, retrieve and upload files, intuitive file explorer browsing.

DesktopNow - free Remote Access tool

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LiteManager Free

This is a free remote access tool for remote control of computers over the Internet or remote support, includes main functions and capabilities of the LiteManager program and offers 30 free licenses for remote access to 30 computers or more if you have a license key.

LiteManager Free - free emote Access Software

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Just let me know if you have great other free remote access tools!

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