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Start Controlling Your Computer or Laptop Remotely Using HTML5 With ThinVNC Now!

Updated on July 12, 2011

Technology is always advancing and so the technology to connect remote computer or laptop has already been changed. Lots of software existed like VNC, RealVNC, UltraVNC, etc. to control the remote desktop or laptop. Every time you have to use those software and that’s the bad thing. But why? Is there any alternate solution? Yes, there is alternate solution. And the solution is to use HTML5 to connect your computer remotely whenever you like to access to your desktop or laptop computer.

ThinVNC that is the wonderful era which makes the thing possible to access your remote desktop anywhere from the world. The concept of VNC is not really matters for this case i.e. ThinVNC does not use VNC protocol at all. What ThinVNC has done is written its own remote desktop software which implements HTML5 as a front end. This means that the any web browser like Chrome, IE, and Firefox etc. that supports HTML version 5 can display and interact with the remote computer.

ThinVNC is a software which is open source and free for non-commercial use only. This is available for most of the operating system like Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Server 2003 / 2008.

To use this software you need to download the software and then have to install it which is really simple and easy. After that you are ready to start use this for remote access to your computer.

The thing you have to do is to set up the setting page of the software. You have to change the username and password which is y default “admin” and “admin”. Change it for your own safety. Moreover, you may stop the services which you don’t need to use. Moreover, you may change the port for extra security. After al these you can easily access the computer remotely. Thus the remote computer will be available to your computer which may helps you for file transfer or for others online support.

ThinVNC is pure-web Remote Desktop solution. The remote computer can be accessed from any OS platform through any HTML5 compliant browser (Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, etc.). There are many other things which are available through ThinVNC. For more information, you can vistit the link User Guide of ThinVNC.

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