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How to Add and Access Chrome Remote Desktop in Your Chromebook

If you are wondering how to add and access chrome remote desktop in your Chromebook. Here is a way provided for you. By the way, chrome remote desktop can allow users to access another computer via a Chrome browser or Chromebook. And the remote computer can be used for remote support specified on a short-term basis, can also be used for remote access to your applications and files on a long-term basis.

To add chrome remote desktop in your Chromebook. Here's how:

Step 1: Launch Google Chrome browser in your PC.

open google chrome

Step 2: In the URL bar, type chrome.google.com/webstore to search for the Google Chrome Web store.

open chrome webstore

Step 3: Write chrome remote desktop under Chrome Web store.

search for chrome remote desktop app

Step 4: After searching Chrome Remote Desktop app, click ADD TO CHROME at the right side of the Chrome Remote Desktop.

click add to chrome

Step 5: In the dialogue box of Confirm New App, click add button to add Chrome Remote Desktop.

add chrome remote desktop

Step 6: The Chrome Remote Desktop app will now automatically display in the app list on the chrome homescreen. (See the screenshot below)

chrome remote desktop displayed

To access chrome remote desktop in your chromebook. Here's how:

Step 1: Click the Chrome Remote Desktop app from the list of apps on your Chrome homescreen.

Step 2: Using the chrome remote desktop, you must have your computer expand access permissions first to allow remote access by clicking Continue button.

tap continue button

Step 3: In order to confirm that you grant the Chrome Remote Desktop app to access a few settings and characteristics, please choose Allow access option.

select allow access

Step 4: Choose Get started under Remote Assistance to access chrome remote desktop in your Chromebook.

choose get started

Important: The Remote technical support is provided for other Windows users who can connect to another computer by opening Windows Remote Assistance.

That's all.