ReadWriteWeb reports that the new Google Chrome OS will allow users to access PC desktop applications through a browser. This remote desktop capability, unofficially dubbed "chromoting," will let users access programs like Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office. It's said that the feature is similar to Windows' Remote Desktop Connect, which allows a user to connect to a remote computer from another computer. The Google Chrome OS is set to arrive later this year. [ReadWriteWeb]
Google Chrome OS Will Allow Remote Desktop Access From Browsers
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