Once installed, each enabled computer will show up in the "My Devices" section of the web site and will be able to perform remote desktop, remote terminal, file transfers and more. Get started by installing a MeshCentral server of your own or if you are not familiar with MeshCentral, you can try the public server at your own risk. You can install your own server on Linux or Windows, it will run on anything from a large cloud instance to a Raspberry Pi.
It offers not only the usual desktop views and remote terminal access, but also port forwarding from the local machine, drag-and-drop file copying, and remote session recording.
This is still beta code. Your privacy matters though and they do state that when installing your own MeshCentral server, no usage data or telemetry is collected. So you have that option to easily install it on your own too.
The video below gives a good idea of how easily it installs, and also a brief look at some of what you can do with it.