Prism helps keep things simple and easy. It is potentially not limited to API’s. You do not have to install or uninstall any application. It may be a bit tedious to go through the process of installation (or vice-versa). Sometimes, the complexity increases with the multiple options displayed during the process. Your parents may not be familiar with the technicalities, leading to improper installation. Prism provides shortcuts. You can easily delete a Prism web app by deleting the shortcut. You need not run any virus scanner to remove the garbage from a third party program.
This one can be very good for keeping account of coupons, recipes, reminders, and many more things. This is quick and easy to access. If your parents have trouble remembering or re-collecting a name, this application can provide a platform for searching easily. It saves the effort of flipping through a massive pile of papers to try and get the desired word. Pictures of whiteboards or drawings also go well with the Evernote. The paid version lets you perform many functions like cheat sheets, etc.
Password, as you know, is meant to be kept secure. The 1Password stores your identity information in one place. You can access the data from a single entry point. It can be used in managing your parents’ usernames and passwords. Alternately, you can also work with the settings to enable them use the application independently.
|Dropbox for Windows|
|Join me-Free screen sharing|
This application enables you to gain take control of the other person’s screen. When your mother gets obstructed while performing any task, instead of trying out your skills through telephonic conversation, you may be better equipped using the join.me application. The application allows screen sharing from a browser with the help of a flash program. Although a foreign binary which can intrude into your data, it is supposedly not damaging.