Microsoft Quick Assist and Google Remote Desktop will now be first-class, low-friction parts of the Aira experience for screen sharing and remote control.
More about each:
Microsoft Quick Assist
Microsoft Quick Assist is a Microsoft Windows Application that allows individuals to receive or provide assistance by viewing or controlling a computer over an internet connection.
Google Remote Desktop, also known as Chrome Remote Desktop
Google Remote Desktop App and Chrome Extension are available on Windows and Mac computers. This tool allows individuals to receive or provide assistance by viewing or controlling another computer over an internet connection.
The TeamViewer App is available on Windows and Mac computers and allows for individuals to receive or provide assistance by viewing or controlling another computer over an internet connection.
More information and links to install:
Often, these terms are used interchangeably. However, they are distinct functions and here’s how Aira defines them:
Remote access is the ability to access a computer or device and all its files and applications, from another device and control it as if you were sitting in front of it.
Screen share, also known as desktop sharing, is the practice of sharing the contents of your screen with another device or multiple devices, where the person or people with whom you are sharing can only view contents.
File transfer is the process of copying or moving a file from one computer to another over a network or Internet connection.