Have you heard about Splashtop before? It is touted to be the easiest and fastest way to access your Windows-based PC or Mac remotely with Windows 8 as the operating system of choice. It is said that Splashtop Remote Desktop for Windows 8 has now arrived at the Windows Store for those who are interested, where it comes in the form of a consumer preview version. It is said that Splashtop Remote Desktop’s user interface has been specially optimized for Windows 8 native gestures, and among these include an easy to use, drag-and-drop computer favorites list in addition to the ability to swipe to reveal hidden menus.
With Splashtop Remote Desktop for Windows 8, Windows 8 users will be able to join up with over seven million Splashtop users of mobile devices, ranging from tablets to smartphones, helping you access your Windows-based PCs and Macs in order to run applications remotely, allowing you to view and edit files, watch HD movies and play graphic-intensive games at an impressive 30 frames per second.
You will be able to enjoy remote access support with full audio and video over Wi-Fi and 3G/4G networks, now how about that? Apart from supporting Windows 8, Splashtop will also be made available for iOS and Android devices. [Press Release]
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