Operating in full screen mode in AnyDesk introduces a powerful feature that can help you maximize productivity. It forces you to prioritize your work by getting rid of the interruption of peripheral tasks like chat or email notifications from your local device. This creates an immersive experience that subconsciously strengthens your focus and attention on the most important tasks.
However, the full screen environment also has some shortcomings. In particular, it prevents you from accessing your local taskbar and desktop icons, so you cannot open or view documents, folders, shortcuts, or files. You may also miss important notifications such as incoming messages or emails.
Customize your screen display
If you were used to looking at your work computer screen every day, it probably seemed strange to you to change your landscape when the pandemic hit. Even if you’re already used to it, you may miss the feeling.
AnyDesk makes it possible. You can adjust some visual settings to give the feeling of using your office computer. This option is found in the “Display” settings, which includes several options.
Method: press the ‘Square’ control button
This is the most common way to exit full screen mode. The square button is the center option of the three control buttons found in the upper right corner of apps and programs.
When in full screen mode, you will see that the «squares» are stacked on top of each other. Click on it to exit full screen mode.
Other common AnyDesk issues
Users also frequently report AnyDesk issues related to audio, mouse, and keyboard. First of all, these errors can be caused by incorrect software installation – try reinstalling AnyDesk. The reason may also be that the Windows PC does not start properly and you just need to restart your system. If that doesn’t work, go to the following steps:
Make sure «Stream audio output from this desktop» is enabled in your audio settings. Also, go to the «Security» > «Unattended Access» tab and «Remote User Permissions» sections and allow other users to listen to your computer’s sound output.
Keep original size
With this option, the broadcast window will have the same resolution as the remote desktop. If the latter is larger, the view will automatically scroll with the movement of the mouse.
When this action is applied, the streaming window will fit to the local AnyDesk window or (if full screen) to the monitor. Note that the image will stretch if your monitor’s resolution is higher than the remote computer’s.
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