The world around us is surrounded by tons of computers and mobile gadgets that have an access to Internet. Even if we can search the world on Google but it still cannot replace some of the solid data that we have collected over the time, in our PCs.
Your resume for printing, touring moments pending to be shared on social accounts, presentations, and any other thing that holds importance to you at some point of time is lying back at your home.
Instead of rushing around with a pen drive and wishing for some additional GigaBytes, it is far better to connect with the groundbreaking software from TeamViewer. It surpasses the conventional ideology and grants access to every piece of information available inside your home PC or laptop.
How to Log In to your PC Remotely with TeamViewer?
TeamViewer is the master of its domain, as it caters with almost everything that holds relevance with screen sharing. Create duplicates of your computer by installing this software in the remote and home system, to access them around the globe.
Since the idea of transmitting your personal data to any computer via the Internet is a scary one, so TeamViewer uses RSA private/public key exchange (2048-bit) and an AES (256-bit) session encryption for a safe passage of your sensitive belongings.
Being a cross-platform proprietary software package, TeamViewer is supported across all major platforms namely Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and even on iOs, android or BlackBerry smartphones. This multiple access circuit adds up with a multiple user access to provide for some revolutionary comfort level.
Any system that you wish to add to your contact list has to have TeamViewer installed and running in it. It takes a short installation procedure to run the package, but it’s ‘Quick Support’ version can run even without installation. Once it gets positioned, the TeamViewer will provide you with a seamless real-time experience at sharing screens, while maintaining its security protocols.
This hardwired protocol generates a combination of username and password, which is to be entered in the opposite systems. In simple terms, you can opt for a procedure where the local user will have to exchange the user ID and password from the remote client, which is to be punched in the system for establishing a successful connection. However, these login credentials can be replaced by the ones created by you, for a hassle-free access each time.
You can use the TeamViewer online portal for an instant reach on the system saved in your contacts list. Other than being an awesome tool for remote controlling of your computer, TeamViewer is also excellent at web conferencing and system-to-system file transfer.
Read on to find, how to log in to your PC remotely with TeamViewer. Follow the link to download TeamViewer from its homepage, on the systems where you wish to hold a remote access. It is free for non-commercial purposes and downloads at a good speed with a fair Internet connection. Once the download is complete, you can launch the installer. The entire process is very intuitive.
Select ‘Install’ and click ‘Next’. If you are downloading the software for personal purposes, then choose the same option and click ‘Next’. A popup window will appear with legal documentation of license and usage agreement, where you are to check the ‘I Agree’ option and click ‘Next’.
Select ‘Yes’ for installing the host listening software on your home/remote system, followed by clicking ‘Next’ again. This finishes the installation part and prompts you with options to set up unattended access.
Click ‘Next’ and a form with all appear carrying blank spaces against the requisite details. These include just a valid username and a password of your choice, fill them and click ‘Next’.
After registering your computer with the software, it’s time you introduce yourself to the TeamViewer. Create your account on its website for an easy and secure access across all the related computers. Type your email address into the provided space, and its respective password to create your account in a snap. Select ‘Finish’ and you are done with it.
The systems routed with the TeamViewer will now be running the listening software and wait for the approved devices to get connected. This way you can also connect to the configured computers from a guest server. Once we have the connections ready on all ends, remote access will be no unknown trick to you.
Now let’s take a walk outside your home and try accessing your PC with an unknown system. Log into your TeamViewer account from the remote server and you will find a list of computers registered under ‘My Partners List’. Choose the one which you wish to access with a double-click and a window will appear carrying the identical display of the requested system.
The functionality of the interface is same as that of a normal computer like using the mouse, keyboard and touchpads for a smartphone, except that they are void of some keys and keyboard shortcuts such as Alt+Ctrl+Del for Windows Task Manager.
TeamViewer records your actions as inputs and forwards them to the requested system for some real-time results. Once you are through with your work, you only need to close the window to eliminate connectivity.
As long as any two systems are installed with the TeamViewer package, they will continue to connect irrespective of the nature of their platform, since the entire task is an online gig.
Moreover, the cross-platform nationality of this smart software lets you work in a web of connections, where you can access mac by a window or even with your smartphone and vice-versa.