Windows 11 includes a remote assistance app called Quick Assist that lets one user share their screen interactively with another user so that they can troubleshoot and help solve problems they might be experiencing.
Obviously, both of the PCs used with Quick Assist need to be connected to the Internet. Less obviously, the person proving assistance---the helper---must have a Microsoft account, ...
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