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Offers a service that allows access to remote systems using a standard web browser.
Offers a service that allows access to remote systems using a standard web browser.

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Bok ! We now speak Croatian !

Today a new language is fully supported : Croatian ! So if you are lucky enough to live in this beautiful country, you should now see DWService.net in you language by default.

https://news.dwservice.net/post/179560025397/bok-we-now-speak-croatian
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Good news! We’ve increased the bandwidth!

At DWService, we praise open source values and our community is growing more and more everyday. Thanks to our users, we’ve recently been able to open new nodes around the world with one in Norway and another one in Spain. In addition, we also have a node in France, in the United Staes and in Canada. It make the whole experience much faster for everyone

But we are not stopping there. In order to offer even better performances when remotely accessing your computers via DWService, we recently decided to increase the bandwidth...

https://news.dwservice.net/post/179420997602/good-news-weve-increased-the-bandwidth
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Hola ! Welcome a new node in Spain !

Just a few days after the opening of the Norway node, we are announcing another new one in southern Europe : Spain.

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We've got a new node in Norway!

In order to increase the performance of DWService worldwide, we’re opening up new nodes one after the other thanks to the great contributions of our community.

Nodes are a fundamental part of the experience as they allow the connection between the user and the agent. When the agent connects to the DWService infrastructure, it is redirected to the nearest node or to the less loaded one. In a similar way, when a user connects to the agent, he is redirected to the node where the agent previously connected.

In order for the user to have a fast session, agents must be connected to the nearest and most performing nodes. Thus, the more available nodes, the better. As nodes grow everywhere, many people will be able to enjoy a fast session. Also servers are less likely to be overloaded in specific regions.

This week, we’re celebrating a new node in Porsgrunn, Norway. It should offer better performances to European users. For the record, here are out existing nodes

Europe :
Roubaix / France
Porsgrunn / Norway

North America :
Chicago / United States
Montreal / Canada
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DWService: let’s talk about security

DWService provides a super efficient way to connect to your remote computer(s). And it’s probably the only solution to do so entirely from your browser, without installing anything on the cient side. But how secured is it?

https://news.dwservice.net/post/178187029802/dwservice-lets-talk-about-security
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DWService - Easily manage your remote files and hard drives from a powerful web interface

Among the features offered by DWService.net, you can very easily access files stored on remote computers. Again, all it requires it a small agent running on your home computer/server.

https://news.dwservice.net/post/177696379392/dwservice-feature-zoom-the-file-explorer
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We now accept cryptocurrency!

Do you wish to contribute to the grow of DWService by making a sponsorship or a donation? We now provide new ways for you to help.
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Contribute to DWService with news nodes

In addition to translation projects and donations, we have been working on a new way for you to help grow DWService. You can now contribute by providing a new node. It will help make the service fast and reliable for everyone (...)

https://news.dwservice.net/post/176955090452/contribute-to-dwservice-with-news-nodes
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DWService Feature Zoom : The Remote Desktop

In 2018, it would be fair to imagine that we would find lots of web-based solutions to access the screen of your remote computer. But in truth, not much has changed those past ten years. In effect, you still need to install a small app on the client side, that is on the machine in your hands. Unless you use DWService.net.
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https://news.dwservice.net/post/176738436952/dwservice-feature-zoom-the-remote-desktop
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Hello Linuxiansi
DWservice.net has improved Linux support with multi screen for remote computers.
For the reminder, we offer a free & open source service that allows access to remote systems (Win, Mac, Linux, Raspberry...) using a standard web browser.
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