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Remote support.
As simple as it needs to be.

3 steps. 30 seconds. That's it.

Copilot® has been used for over 0 connections!

How it works


Start a new session by clicking "Help Someone". We'll give you an invitation code for that session.

Send the Code

Give this code, or the handy link we provide, to the person you want to help.


See their screen, move their mouse, and type on their keyboard. From anywhere in the world.

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“I like the simplicity of Copilot. It’s very single-purpose, and it’s super-obvious how to both initiate a help session and how to accept an invitation to have somebody else log into your computer remotely.”

Daniel, London

“If a picture is worth a thousand words, remote support is worth a million.”

Marc, California

“Very easy method for controlling another PC. Great for helping people that are not familiar at all with computers.”

Johan, California

The Technology


Copilot® uses Transport Layer Securty 1.2 (commonly known as SSL) to encrypt connections and ensure session integrity. No session data is ever stored by Copilot. The only thing we store is metadata necessary for billing and troubleshooting. All payment data is stored in an industry-leading, PCI compliant vault. And all passwords are stored salted and hashed, never in the clear.


Copilot® makes outbound connections on both sides of the session. This ensures we can make the connection reliably, without having to deal with firewalls, routers, NATs, proxies, or anything else that might get in the way of the connection.


The "helper" or "viewer" side of the connection runs in your web browser, meaning you can use it from Windows, Mac, Linux, or even a mobile device. The "host" side runs on Windows or Mac. Every operating system can connect to any other operating system.

Who Uses Copilot®