First things first: AnyDesk is free for private use. So if a family member needs help setting up their PC, she can help you from the comfort of her home and you don’t have to pay a dime. Not only that, but you don’t have to sign up for anything and you hardly need any space on your PC. Just download the 3 MB file and get started!
Anyone you want to connect with should also download AnyDesk. Just tell them how easy it is and they’ll be ready in no time. And that is! You are now ready to start your first session.
Control your PC from an Android device with AnyDesk
Using AnyDesk is much simpler than other similar apps I’ve tried. When you launch the app on your desktop, you should see your AnyDesk address. It’s just a bunch of unique numbers. Below that, you’ll see an empty field where you can enter the AnyDesk address of another device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.). You will see similar things in the Android app too. You may need to grant certain permissions to the app before you can fully use it. The Android app also allows you to modify some default settings such as display quality and input methods.
What is AnyDesk?
AnyDesk is designed as a lightweight home office and remote support tool suitable for large or small businesses. It is intended to be useful for software vendors or application developers who are looking for a way to resolve customer or client issues remotely. It also allows users to connect from home to their office computers using the Unattended Access feature. Users get features like file transfer, remote printing, and session recording.
AnyDesk is designed for high performance and security. In terms of performance, AnyDesk users can expect frame rates of 60fps for most Internet connections, though the software is designed for low latency even at low bandwidth. AnyDesk also claims that its DeskRT codec feature, which compresses and transfers images, is unique among its competitors. For security, AnyDesk uses TLS 1.2 technology and RSA 2048 asymmetric key exchange encryption, and can whitelist trusted users.
Using Built-in Tools
Microsoft has made the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), a proprietary protocol, and its accompanying interface available to the public since the days of Windows NT 4.0. Today, any machine that can run the tool can connect to client computers that have been configured to accept connections.
AnyDesk mouse does not work.
Make sure «Control my computer’s keyboard and mouse» is checked. In some cases, starting AnyDesk as an administrator on the remote side can resolve this issue.
If you find that the Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V hotkeys do not work, please enable the following options: “Control my computer keyboard and mouse”, “Access my computer clipboard”, “Access my computer’s clipboard to transfer files” on the Security tab.
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