Remote access is a great feature, and there are a lot of tools that offer
it. TeamViewer, Anydesk, etc., are all well-known Remote Access tools for
Even though most PC remote access tools are free, you don’t need a
third-party one if you’re using Windows 10.
Quick Assist is a remote access tool in Windows 10 that lets you help a
friend from afar without any extra software. You don’t need to install any
additional apps to fix a friend’s Windows computer.
Remotely Troubleshoot a Friend’s Windows PC Without Any Software
So, in this article, we’ll show you how to fix a friend’s Windows PC
remotely without any software by following a few easy steps. Let’s look at the
steps to see how easy they are.
- For this
method to work, you must open the Quick Assist app on Windows 10. To open
this app, go to Windows Search and type “Quick Assist” into the search
bar. Then, choose the Quick Assist app from the list.
- In the
pop-up, choose “Give Help.” Now, a unique code will appear on the screen.
This code will only work for ten minutes. Please take note of that code
and send it to your friend within 10 minutes so the other computer can
person you sent the code to needs to open the Quick Assist app and enter
the code you sent. The two computers would then be linked, and one could
control all of the features and functions of the other.
- If you
can’t make the connection within 10 minutes after getting the code, you
can get it again by going through the same steps. So, that’s it. You can
quickly fix and control problems on your friend’s device.
So, that’s how you can fix a friend’s
computer problems from afar without installing any software. Let us know in the
comments if you need more help with Windows 10’s Quick Assist feature.