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    An accessible web-based peer-to-peer remote desktop control and access tool utilizing WebRTC

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    In the modern tech environment, remote desktop sharing is very popular and often much needed for daily work. Yet, many existing solutions hinge on the conventional client-server model, necessitating additional tools and software for effective desktop access. There exists a notable research gap concerning Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) delivery via a peer-to-peer architecture. This study introduces a browser-centric web application leveraging peer-to-peer communication for seamless remote desktop access. By integrating state-of-the-art technologies including Google’s WebRTC framework, STUN servers, and signaling servers, we offer an in-browser remote desktop experience, evaluating its performance in terms of responsiveness and user-friendliness. Our findings indicate promising prospects for WebRTC-driven remote desktop platforms

    Demenzerkrankungen im mittleren und höheren Lebensalter

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