Google created the Drive online storage service
to benefit users who wanted to access their files from various computers instantly. The cloud service for Drive is fantastic, and the web apps which allow you to run certain files
from it make accessing your files from anywhere simple. As organised as you can be with Drive, it can be problematic if you find yourself away from your main computer and the files you need to access are not on Drive, or cannot be run on Drive or the computer that you are on. This can especially be the case for files that are specific to certain computer software, which won’t run on Drive and may not be installed on the computer, such as a Photoshop .PSD file. To get round this, using the Chrome Desktop Remote app you can log into and control your main computer from any other computer in the world through Chrome, as if it were right in front of you, providing limitless control. Take a look at our steps to set up your own Remote Desktop servic.