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  2. Remote Desktop Protocol - Wikipedia

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    Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft which provides a user with a graphical interface to connect to another computer over a network connection. The user employs RDP client software for this purpose, while the other computer must run RDP server software.

  3. Comparison of remote desktop software - Wikipedia

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    Chrome Remote Desktop: Chromoting: Google 2011 2018, 70.0.3538.21 BSD Client, Proprietary Server Yes Yes Citrix XenApp/Presentation Server/MetaFrame/WinFrame: RDP, ICA: Citrix Systems: 1995 2018-06-01, 7.18 Proprietary: No No ConnectWise Control (ScreenConnect) Proprietary: Elsinore Technologies 2008 2022, 22.5 Proprietary: Yes: Yes: Ericom ...

  4. ChromeOS - Wikipedia

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    The name has since been changed to "Chrome Remote Desktop", and is like "running an application via Remote Desktop Services or by first connecting to a host machine by using RDP or VNC". Initial roll-outs of ChromeOS laptops (Chromebooks) indicate an interest in enabling users to access virtual desktops. Android applications

  5. Google Chrome - Wikipedia

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    Chrome's design bridges the gap between desktop and so-called "cloud computing." At the touch of a button, Chrome lets you make a desktop, Start menu, or QuickLaunch shortcut to any Web page or Web application, blurring the line between what's online and what's inside your PC. For example, I created a desktop shortcut for Google Maps.

  6. Google Checkout - Wikipedia

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    Google Checkout was an online payment processing service provided by Google aimed at simplifying the process of paying for online purchases. It was discontinued on November 20, 2013 and the service moved to Google Wallet (now called Google Pay).

  7. Google Account - Wikipedia

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    The tool called 'My Activity' launched in 2016 - which supersedes Google Search history and Google Web History — enables users to see and delete data tracked by Google through the Google account. The tool shows which websites were visited using Chrome while logged in, devices used, apps used, Google products interacted with, etc.

  8. List of Android apps by Google - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of mobile apps developed by Google for its Android operating system. All of these apps are available for free from the Google Play Store, although some may be incompatible with certain devices (even though they may still function from an APK file) and some apps are only available on Pixel and/or Nexus devices.

  9. Google Forms - Wikipedia

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    Features. The Google Forms service has undergone several updates over the years. Features include, but are not limited to, menu search, shuffle of questions for randomized order, limiting responses to once per person, shorter URLs, custom themes, automatically generating answer suggestions when creating forms, and an "Upload file" option for users answering questions that require them to share ...