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August 28, 2012 3:34:12 PM

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August 28, 2012 4:17:12 PM

Use this instead:

http://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx

There is a download for, "TeamViewer Host," you install it on your PC(as a service) that you want to remotely access. You set a password when you install the program and they give you a code to use(like an ID).

When you want to remotely access the computer, you can download the portable team viewer app off their site and use the code and password to connect to your PC and control it; it works very well.

"TeamViewer Host" will use no resources and run in the background of your PC until you remotely connect to it; good luck!
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August 28, 2012 4:23:07 PM

why would you suggest to install 3rd party software - when it's already built into the system and works...? makes no sense...

that's like installing a program to delete files, when Windows Explorer works just fine
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August 28, 2012 4:29:55 PM

dingo07 said:
why would you suggest to install 3rd party software - when it's already built into the system and works...? makes no sense...

that's like installing a program to delete files, when Windows Explorer works just fine



Why would you install Firefox when you have Internet Explorer? :pt1cable: 
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August 28, 2012 4:40:50 PM

edogawa said:
Why would you install Firefox when you have Internet Explorer? :pt1cable: 


Because IE doesn't work just fine. Some things MS does works, and some things don't.
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August 28, 2012 4:42:12 PM

yarmock said:
Maybe because TeamViewer works better and has a much better UI and more features than the built in windows program. Sorry, but just because it came with the OS doesn't mean its the best program to do the job.



Exactly what he said.
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August 28, 2012 4:43:23 PM

dingo07 said:
why would you suggest to install 3rd party software - when it's already built into the system and works...? makes no sense...

that's like installing a program to delete files, when Windows Explorer works just fine


Maybe because TeamViewer works better and has a much better UI and more features than the built in windows program. Sorry, but just because it came with the OS doesn't mean its the best program to do the job.
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August 28, 2012 4:43:27 PM

ss202sl said:
Because IE doesn't work just fine. Some things MS does works, and some things don't.



I was being sarcastic towards "Dingo07s" post.
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August 28, 2012 5:05:36 PM

yarmock said:
Maybe because TeamViewer works better and has a much better UI and more features than the built in windows program. Sorry, but just because it came with the OS doesn't mean its the best program to do the job.

right, but based on my perception of the OP's level of computer knowledge, introducing a 3rd party software may/may not be a good idea... it goes both ways

there's more than one way to skin a cat - I know

and I use waterfox, not firefox :kaola: 
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