Some people may prefer TeamViewer or another service instead, but TightVNC allows you to install and manage your own server without using a centralized service. VNC clients and servers are available for all platforms.
Installing the TightVNC ServerFirst, you’ll need to install the tightVNC server on the computer you want to access remotely.
TightVNC installs itself as a system service by default, so it will always be running in the background as long as your computer is on. It also automatically allows itself in the Windows firewall – if you use a different firewall, ensure that the firewall isn’t blocking TightVNC or you won’t be able to connect.
The installation is pretty simple...
Step 1: Secure your VNC with a strong password, especially if you’re exposing your VNC server to the Internet!
Step 2: Run installation until setup is done
Step 3: Go to StartMenu>Programs>TightVNC
Step 4: Run Service Control
Now you can access your computer Remotely.SHALOM!!!