How to fix your Friend’s or Family’s computer Remotely!
Are you the techie of your family? or your friends refer to you as the person to fix their computers? Are you the person most likely to be called to fix their computer when they have an issue with it.
Sometimes when you are far from friends and family or you don’t have time to stop by and their computer needs to be fixed, you can also use the Method below which will help fix their computers remotely.
Using Windows Quick Assist to fix your Friend’s Or Family’s computer remotely
One of the easiest ways to remotely fix your friend’s or family’s computer remotely is by using the Built-in Quick assist feature on your Windows 10 computers. this feature only works if both of you have the windows 10 installed on your computers, but if anyone of you has windows 8 or 7 installed by any chance, then you can use Windows remote assistance which is also available on Windows 10.
To open windows Quick assist app, click on the start menu and search for Quick Assist or scroll over to Windows Accessories folder in the start menu and choosing Quick Assist from the menu. When opened, click on the “Give Assistance” or “Assist another person” below give assistance.
Next thing you Must do is that you need to have a Microsoft account if you don’t have one, go sign up. Windows Quick Assist requires you to have a Microsoft account if you want to fix your friend’s computer (Microsoft account is not needed for them they just need to input the code shown on your screen).
Now you just have to direct the person to open Quick assist and have them put the security code that you were provided when signed into Quick Assist. keep in mind that the security code expires in 10 minutes once generated. Once connected, the person of the computer you want to fix will be asked to share either his screen or give you full control. If selected as share screen, you will only see his screen but if they click on full control, you will now have full access to their computer as if you were using your own computer or sitting right in front of their computer.
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