Get Started with “NoMachine” (remote access software)

Download and install the software for your operating system on the computer or device you are connecting from and on the Windows/Linux/Mac computer you want to connect to. You can easily share a remote desktop or control a server over any network. No matter where you are, NoMachine makes it safe and easy to quickly access a remote desktop within a few seconds.

NoMachine works on the following platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, Raspberry Pi, and ARM

Source: NoMachine – Download Free Remote Desktop Access

Today’s Software Picks: TeamViewer, Microsoft Edge (Canary Chromium Edition) and Firefox

The first selection today I point you to “The Portable Freeware” web site to download TeamViewer. This is a good selection if you need to remote into a PC to assist Mom and Dad (or others). TeamViewer is a well-seasoned screen sharing, remote control, and collaboration tool.

You may have known that Microsoft is currently working on changing the Microsoft Edge browser and is using Chromium as its’ base. If you currently use Chrome, you will be right at home with Edge. If you go to “Major Geeks”, you can download the canary version of Edge. For you folks at home; anytime you see the terms, “canary, alpha, beta”, these are test versions and have not been released to the public in general.

Finally, I am seeing where Firefox version 70.0 has been released. I never thought I would see the day where software versions reach into the high double digits, but here we are. This version is about 8 digits higher than my age–LOL. Anyhow, Firefox is an excellent browser that you should consider that is available on my platforms.

Feel free to comment and share your software finds. You can find a whole slew of downloads HERE … that are updated daily.

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Today’s Software Picks: TeamViewer Portable, WinScan2PDF, and TweakPower

TeamViewer Portable v14.6.4835

TeamViewer is a software that allows you to share your desktop via the Internet.

[UPDATE] WinScan2PDF v5.01

WinScan2PDF is a very small program for scanning documents and saving them on your computer as a PDF by using any installed scanner.

TweakPower 1.0741d

TweakPower is an all-in-one suite that has been designed to keep you and all your family’s computers running at optimal speed and efficiency. It is an intelligent software tool that allows users to fine-tune their operating systems and programs for optimum performance. Protects users from PC problems, while increasing the performance and security of their computer. TweakPower includes advanced performance optimizers, helping you achieve super-fast application load times, work faster and make your games run smoother. Now it’s easier than ever to get a clean PC. TweakPower can quickly remove Windows, program and browser clutter while refreshing your registry and deleting massive disk space hogs. Also, its easy-to-use wizards and diagnostic tools help you find vulnerabilities and errors on your computer.


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Today’s Software Picks: GlassWire, TeamViewer Portable and Best PDF Tools

GlassWire 2.1.166.0 

GlassWire Firewall Software

Find out what’s using your internet connection

 

TeamViewer Portable 14.6.2452 

Remotely control or access another computer over the internet

Best PDF Tools 3.3

Best PDF Tools is a complete suite of free tools designed for conversion, shaping, and protection of your PDF documents. [License: Freeware | Requires: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP | Size: 15.7 MB ]

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Addictive Tips Roundup of the “6 Best Computer Remote Control Tools and Software for 2019”

Years gone by, when I was an IT Manager I often used remote access software to assist users on the network. Some of the names mentioned in this roundup, I am familiar with; others, are new to me…

The reasons why anyone would need computer remote control are almost as diverse as there are users. Some telecommuting users need to access their work computer from home. Others do the opposite and want to access their home computer from work. Or perhaps your organization’s IT department needs the ability to remotely control its user’s computers to fix problems. No matter what the reason, controlling remote computers is a key component of many organizations.

Source: 6 Best Computer Remote Control Tools and Software for 2019

Tonido – A FREE Private Cloud Server

YESTERDAY I posted an option to remotely access your files on your computer using Microsoft’s OneDrive (Remotely Fetch files on your PC Using OneDrive); and, TODAY I will give you another option called “Tonido”.

I currently use Tonido to turn my main computer at home into a cloud server, which allows me to access my files from a remote computer (through a web browser) and/or my smartphone (via the Tonido app).

Tonido Server allows you to access all your files on your computer from a web browser, smartphone, tablet or even DLNA enabled devices.

Simple setup. Start your own Personal Cloud in minutes.

Easy to get started: just install the Tonido Server software and your computer turns into a private cloud server.

Easy to remember link to your computer. e.g.: http://john.tonidoID.com

Ideal as a personal cloud server or a home cloud server. Your files reside on your computer not on a third party server.

Your Own Free Personal Cloud

Source: Tonido – Run Your Personal Cloud. A Free Private Cloud Server

Remotely Fetch files on your PC Using OneDrive

Did you know, if you have the OneDrive desktop app for Windows installed on a PC, you can use the “Fetch Files Feature” to access all your files on that PC from another PC by going to the OneDrive website? For example, this feature would allow you to remotely access your computer at home to download files, stream videos and browse photos.

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If you would like to learn how to set up a PC to Fetch files so you can browse its files from OneDrive using any computer, click on the source link below.

Source: Fetch files on your PC – OneDrive

One Of The Easiest Ways To Access Your Desktop Files From The Cloud

TechRepublic has a nice post on a program, called Tonido, that I presently use to remotely access files/folders on a computer I have setup. Tonido is especially useful if you are a self-employed IT Pro. I encourage you to visit TechRepublic to learn how to install Tonido.

Below are some key points quoted from the article:

Tonido turns a desktop into your own personal cloud, making it simple to gain access to your files and folders from the cloud via browser or mobile app. There are two versions of Tonido: Personal and FileCloud.

Tonido doesn’t store your data on its servers. In fact, the only thing Tonido’s service does is serve as a redirect to your desktop. With encrypted passwords (make sure to set a very strong one here), you should be good to go in terms of security.

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