If you have a friend who is having computer problems on their Microsoft Windows 10 system, or if you simply need to show them how to do something, you may assist them directly from your seat. Remote access to a computer used to need the use of applications such as WinVNC or LogMeIn. They are no longer required because Windows 10, 8, and 7 all provide Windows Remote Assistance incorporated into the operating system. Here’s how to make use of the functionality.
Step 1. To launch the Run box, use “Windows Key+R To proceed, type “msra” and press Enter.
Step 2. Select the first option i.e “Invite someone you trust to help you”
Step 3.You getting 3 option on-screen select 1 option (Save this invitation as a file )
Select a location to store the invitation file. I prefer to have it on my desktop where I can locate it. Choose a place, then press the “Save” button.
Step 4.Click the Save button.
Create a new email message using your preferred email service. Send the message with the password you were given and the invitation file attached. Send it to the individual with whom you wish to connect to your computer.
Step 5. Press open button
Hold down the Windows Key and then hit the “R” key to bring up the Run box.
Enter “msra” after typing it.
Choose “Assist someone who has invited you.”
Choose “Use an invitation file.”
Step 6. Click on Open Button
Type the password provided in the email.