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How to EASILY Set Up Remote Desktop on Windows 10



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On Windows 10, setting up Remote Desktop is fairly straightforward. But before we

get started; before really wasting your time, you need to know this important

information you can only connect to Windows 10 computers that are running

Windows 10 Professional or higher. This means you can only connect to Windows 10

Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, the server additions and so on.

Additionally, the computers should both be on the same network. So if they're both

on the same Wi-Fi that should work. If you don't have Windows 10 Pro or higher,

don't worry about it just yet. In a different video I'm going to show you

how to connect to other computers by using other apps. You don't have to be on a

same network. This means if you're at work, you can connect your computer as long as you have

an Internet connection. Now that we are done with this. Let's begin

The first thing you have to do is to enable remote

desktop on the computer you are about to connect to. Let's say I'm going to

connect this computer, then I'm going to enable remote desktop on it. To do that, click

the Start button and then type remote desktop settings in the search field and

then from the search results select remote desktop settings and now click

this switch to enable remote desktop but one thing you will need is

the name of this computer, because once you go to the other computer to connect to it,

it's going to ask you for the name of the computer you just enabled

remote desktop on. To find out the name, click the start button and then type

computer name and then from there you will see from the search results it

allows you to view the name of your computer. Something else you can do you is

right-click the start button, yes, right click and then select

system from the list and under device specifications and device name, you

should now see the name of your computer. Okay, so now take note of it and now go

to another Windows 10 PC to connect to this one since you now have the name.

On the other Windows 10 computer that you are now on, click the

start button and then type remote desktop in the search field. And then

select remote desktop connection from the search results. And now enter the

name of the computer you are about to connect to. So hopefully you took note of

of the name and now you don't have to go back to the other computer again. Now I'm

going to enter the name and I'm going to click connect. And now

it's going to ask you for additional info such as the username and password. And

then from there, you can connect. And it's working.

As you can see, I am now connected via remote desktop. So, definitely, for more

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