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Unmissable Remote Access Software for Windows 10, 11

By germana

How to keep connected with your work computer that is running Windows 10 when you are home or on a business trip? How to offer instant and effective technical assistance when you are far away from your clients or friends? All you need is a reliable and safe remote desktop software.

The most-recommended remote access software for Windows 10/11

AnyViewer is an unmissable remote access software windows 10 to connect to Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7 & Windows Server 2022/2019/2016/2012 R2 from PC or access from mobile device. Employed strong algorithm ECC for end-to-end encryption, it keeps the data security during remote session; with Lock interface feature, it preventing others changing the settings when you lend your Windows computer to others. All in all, it is remote access software that is secure enough. 

To adjust different scenarios, AnyViewer is featured with three connection methods. To remotely access Windows computer often, it’s recommended you to sign into the same AnyViewer account and connect with one-click control; To offer technical support to a remote client, you can use AnyViewer to send remote control request and waiting for the request to be allowed; to fix technical issues on a remote computer when there is no one to allow your request, your partner can send the temporary security code to you. 

What’s more, AnyViewer is built with useful functions, like file transfer, resolution change, full screen and so on. 

Detailed steps to use the remote access software to access Windows 10/11

It’s not a wrong choice to see the detailed steps about how AnyViewer works, even though it is straightforward to understand and use. For different connection ways, choose the corresponding actions. 

Way 1. Access with one-click control

Step 1. Free download, install and run AnyViewer on both sides. On either side, sign up an AnyViewer account and log into it. 

Note: Once log into the account, the device will be assigned to it automatically. You can assign up to 3 devices to an AnyViewer account when it is free; if you upgrade the account to Professional or Enterprise, you can assign up to 10 or 100 to the account. To start one-click control, the devices should be sign into and assigned into the same account. 

Step 2. On the other side, log into the same AnyViewer account. 

Step 3. On your local device, go to Device, find out the remote Windows 10 or 11 computer, click it and click One-click control.

Step 4. Quickly, you can see the screen of the remote computer from your local device and use the remote computer. 

Way 2. Access with sending remote control request

Step 1. Free download, install and fire up AnyViewer on the devices that you need to establish remote connection. 

Step 2. Your partner should send the device ID to you. The device ID is displayed on the Connect interface.

Step 3. On your local computer, go to Connect, input the device ID of the partner’s Windows computer and click Connect.

Step 4. Choose Send a request to your partner and click OK.

Step 5. Immediately, your partner can receive your request. Your partner needs to click Allow to accept the control. If your partner only needs to share the screen of the computer, he/she should uncheck Allows to control the mouse and keyboard and then click Allow.

Way 3. Access with temporary security code

Step 1. Download, install and launch the remote access app on both sides.

Step 2. Your partner should send the device ID to you and the temporary security code to you. 

Notes: 

  • Both of the device ID and the temporary security code is displayed on the Connect interface.
  • The temporary security code is set to changes every time AnyViewer restarts. It’s available to change the settings from Settings > Recipient

Step 3. On your device, go to Connect, type in the device ID of the remote Windows PC and click Connect.

Step 4. Choose Input security code and click OK

Step 5. Now, you can see the remote computer and fix the issues on it. 

 

Syrus
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