Google’s Chrome Remote Desktop extension now supports some Linux systems

Google’s Chrome Remote Desktop extension now supports some Linux systems

Google has announced that its Chrome plugin, which allows users to remotely access other computers via the Chrome browser or a Chromebook device, now provides access for Linux users too.

It’s already supported Windows and Macs for some time – it first launched back in 2012 – and recently launched an Android app for using the feature too.

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Users keen to get started can find more details of the set-up process here, but you’ll need to be running the Ubuntu or Debian (or related) Linux OS for it to work.

➀ Introducing Chrome Remote Desktop for Linux (Beta)! [Google Product Forums]

 

 

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