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Windows 7: Need software to log in to my mother inlaws PC


06 Dec 2010   #1

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Need software to log in to my mother inlaws PC

Here is what I got: My mother inlaw just bought a new PC with Windows 7 Home on it. I am slowly teaching her how to orginize all her files and Pics to avoid the mess she had on her old XP system (shortcuts to shortcuts, reapeat files etc) My question is there a free program I can install to log into her system remotly from work or home if she botches something up? She has called several times because she has put a folder somewhere and has trouble finding it again. I would like to get in there and find it, and move it to where she wanted it before. She is learning slowly and is messing up a little here and there, not very tech savy. She just learned last night in one of our lessons she can ask questions in Google and find answers LOL. I have to say I am proud of her though


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06 Dec 2010   #2

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06 Dec 2010   #3

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by geeve420 View Post
Here is what I got: My mother inlaw just bought a new PC with Windows 7 Home on it. I am slowly teaching her how to orginize all her files and Pics to avoid the mess she had on her old XP system (shortcuts to shortcuts, reapeat files etc) My question is there a free program I can install to log into her system remotly from work or home if she botches something up? She has called several times because she has put a folder somewhere and has trouble finding it again. I would like to get in there and find it, and move it to where she wanted it before. She is learning slowly and is messing up a little here and there, not very tech savy. She just learned last night in one of our lessons she can ask questions in Google and find answers LOL. I have to say I am proud of her though
Here you go, Doc's excellent tutorial on Teamviewer,

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06 Dec 2010   #4

Windows 8, Ubuntu 12.04 64bit, Pear Linux Triple Boot
 
 

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Cool Thanks I will check it out! can she see what I am doing as I work so she can learn? I ask because the one they use here at work locks the user out so you can't see what IT is doing.
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06 Dec 2010   #5

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It will be just like you were sitting next to her.
She should be able to see everything that you do.
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06 Dec 2010   #6

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Awesome!!! Thank you all so much!!
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06 Dec 2010   #7

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Very very welcome
Glad that you like it
Good luck with the inlaws.
Thank you for the generous rep and nice words.
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