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Use Your Home Computer from Anywhere: A Comprehensive Guide to Remote Controlling Your PC

Use Your Home Computer from Anywhere: A Comprehensive Guide to Remote Controlling Your PC
The problem with many of these remote access/desktop tools on the ANDROID platform (for use in connecting from one's smartphone or tablet back to one's desktop/laptop), at least, is that many of them will not do file transfer. It's... oy!.. maddending. Even the Android version of TeamViewer won't do file transfer, whereas the Windows version, when connected to another Windows machine, will... and well, too. But the Android version will not. Again... maddening.

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