Ask any long-term Linux enthusiast, and they’ll be the first to tell you there isn’t much you can do with another operating system that you can’t do with Linux. Oh sure, there are always going to be those legacy applications that some may people depend on. For the most part though, everything you need is readily accessible with today’s modern Linux distros.
One of my favorite examples of desktop Linux readiness is the various options available to control a computer remotely. Despite what newer Linux users might think, there are indeed a number of open source and closed source options available for remote PC access. In this article, I’ll be exploring the best of both options from each sector of software licensing.