You Can Soon Remotely Connect To Your Chromebook

Chrome OS has a Remote Desktop app now which lets you connect to your Windows, OSX or Linux computers. With this new feature that is in the Canary Channel of Chrome OS gives the ability to connect from any of these computers to your Chromebook.

This feature is available in the canary channel behind the flag “#enable-remote-assistance”, and is not fully functional yet.

One more thing. This not being advertised as a Remote Desktop feature, but Remote Assistance. More like, when you have an issue with your Chromebook, give access to someone to connect to your Chromebook and troubleshoot it for you.


Details are still sketchy, so we will have to wait for this to take shape. I will give this a try as soon as it is available in the developer channel, and update you all if I find something interesting.

Thanks Mike McLoughlin

2 responses to “You Can Soon Remotely Connect To Your Chromebook”

  1. It is now available via the developer channel.

    1. Dinsan – Bangalore, India – Digital Minimalist & Content Developer. Drinks Tea and writes Stuff (mostly about Chromebooks). My views are mostly copied from others.

      Cool! thanks for letting me know!

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