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Chrome Remote Desktop Launches For Linux In Beta

Chrome Remote Desktop Launches For Linux In Beta

Google unviled Chrome Remote Desktop a while back as a way for Chrome OS users to access their Windows or Mac machines for free. Since then the service has greatly improved an expanded, even coming to Android phones and tablets. However until now, it hasn’t been available on Linux operating systems. Today though that has changed as users can now download a beta version of Chrome Remote Desktop for their computers. You can learn how to install this beta in the source links down below.

Source: Google Product Forums

Via: Chrome Story

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