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15 Best Parsec Alternatives [Remote Desktop Tools] in 2022

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  1. Streams games locally or over the internet

    Advice for streaming desktop from chromebook about 1 day ago:

    If you have NVIDIA on your desktop, Moonlight, otherwise Parsec. Steam's built-in streaming also works for Steam games.
  2. Remotr is an app that allows you to use your smartphone or mobile device as a remote viewer and controller for a game from a stationary console or PC... read more.

  3. Rainway is a free video game streaming service that allows you to play your favourite games on any device.

    iPad Pro M2 about 4 months ago:

    Code-server https://github.com/coder/code-server works fairly well and can be saved to the home screen as a web applet to get rid of the browser URL bar. Their are a few UI issues related to touch but it has server well enough for some light work. You can also use an remote apps like Rainway/TeamViewer/RDP/VNC somewhat successfully to get a more full desktop experience. Unfortunately they all seem to have their...
  4. Moonlight allows you to stream your collection of games from your GameStream-compatible PC to any...

    Advice for streaming desktop from chromebook about 1 day ago:

    If you have NVIDIA on your desktop, Moonlight, otherwise Parsec. Steam's built-in streaming also works for Steam games.
  5. Discover RustDesk, The best open source remote desktop software. It is an alternative of TeamViewer and AnyDesk. You have full control of your data, no concern of security.

    Remote access to desktop about 3 days ago

    I’ve seen a lot of options that require port forwarding or some in depth setup, however rustdesk is a simple Remote Desktop solution that should work without too much hassle, and without port forwarding.
  6. Be a hero in your Favourite Game with a Cloud Gaming Feel!

  7. Underpowered PC can now pack the punch of high-performance GeForce GTX GPUs with GeForce NOW.

  8. Kainy is a remote desktop oriented for gaming and performance.

  9. GamingAnywhere is an open framework, as in a segment of the video gushing pipeline can be effortlessly supplanted by another part actualizing an alternate calculation, standard, or convention.

  10. Cloud gaming app allowing to play PC games on Android, PC or even in web browser

  11. Connect to any computer in the world. Jump Desktop is a secure and reliable remote desktop (RDP & VNC) app for iOS, Mac, Android and PCs which lets you connect to any computer, anywhere in the world.

    Remote editing setups? about 3 months ago

    I'm gonna agree with /u/BobZelin here. Jump is the solution to this problem, and at a one time expense of $35 to connect to as many computers as you can install the Connect endpoint app on, it does the job, IF you have enough upstream bandwidth. Generally it's recommended to have 10-20Mbps per display. You can test this with the 14 day free trial from the website (just scroll down, it's in the "Downloads" drop-down).
  12. Play your Steam games on any TV in the house

  13. KinoConsole is a remote desktop app for streaming games to your smartphone or tablet device.

  14. Transform any device into a supercharged gaming machine.

    Show me your setup about 1 day ago

    I play on Apple iMac with Shadow, which allows me to run a remote windows PC on it with a small latency lag of 40ms. Never seen anyone else who has the same setup (except my friends, who also play OW). Ask me anything.
  15. A new gaming platform from Google

    Driving a Shapeoko Pro with a bluetooth Stadia controller about about 23 hours ago

    Google recently turned down the Stadia service and refunded everyone for their games and hardware. Users were able to keep their hardware, but the controller was a brick until the Stadia team published updated firmware that enabled it to be used as a standard bluetooth controller.
  16. TeamViewer lets you establish a connection to any PC or server within just a few seconds.