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Yes, I use the Microsoft RDP Android app. Civ works perfectly for an office time killer. We have been doing a large Thin Client deployment at work, it is a click a button wait 20 minutes for a progress bar type of install. So I have had a lot of down time lately. Here is the app, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
You will have to open up the remote desktop port 3389 and figure out what your public IP is. Tutorial here, https://www.geek.com/chips/how-to-setup-a-remote-desktop-and-connect-1515149/
I'm using OpenVPN to pfsense and then Microsoft Remote Desktop Link to android store app. Its still a well thought out and robust client.
You can setup RDP so that you can control your PC from you phone from anywhere in the world.
Microsoft have released an official Remote Desktop client for Android.
It's not available for the TV, but if you can get ahold of the APK, either by installing it onto a rooted phone and using adb to pull it out, or finding it on apkmirror or something, you can use adb to install it to the Shield.
You can then launch it with an app such as Sideload Launcher when you need.
As a bonus, because it's not a TV app, you can control the mouse using the gamepad's right thumbstick (works on any sideloaded non-TV app).
I'm talking about this - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
That's the same client that comes by default on Windows. The Remote Desktop Client which is what I think you are saying your wife is using, when you say RDC.
That will allow you to connect to Windows servers. It can also be used to connect Linux remote desktop servers if they are set up to allow that protocol, we have a couple at work set up like that. For the most part I just ssh into our Linux servers though. I primarily use RDC to manage our Windows servers.
Microsoft Remote Desktop
Most of us have Windows computers and this is the native Remote Desktop client. No extra software required on your PC, easy to use, powerful, secure, free.
Remote Desktop 8 is the latest version.
I believe there is a apple version too, I use the 'Droid version to control my PC's from my tablet.
Ah, ok. I guess our other option could be uninstalling and reinstalling the remote desktop app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android)
This may work, I don't really know, but it probably won't hurt to try. Can I suggest Samsung Dex? The remote phone is only useful when you're taking calls, the remote screen isn't very useful.
Another option might be to check that you have Link to Windows enabled (mine sometimes turns off unexpectedly) which is in advanced features.
If your computer is a Samsung computer, you can enable "Call & text on other devices" which is also in settings and pretty much provides the same functionality.
And that's pretty much all I've got.
Best option but you need the computer to be windows 10 Pro not home: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
You can buy an upgrade from 10 home to 10 pro through the windows app store. Remote desktop is built in so instead of having to read what the screen is rendering and do tons of overhead it routes display and other things to the client side which saves on system resources.
Free version is VNC; lots of clients on Android lots of servers on windows, some free, some paid. This takes up more system resources than remote desktop since it's not part of windows.
Edit: PS I'm not sure if Samsung pen tech has pressure sensitivity, but that likely won't come through the remote connection.
Edit 2: then there's this thing, but lots of bad reviews and it doesn't look like it displays anything on the phone/tablet
Teamviewer is probably the easiest to setup and use to access your mom's PC.
However, If it was your personal PC that you needed access to, Microsoft's Remote Desktop would best the best choice. It has the best performance out of any remote desktop apps; and, supports all the latest Windows 10 features including transparency, multi-touch support.
>Why are remote access solutions not suitable for phones and/or tablets
Not sure what you mean? Remote Desktop clients are available for multiple platforms, including iOS and Android:
Microsoft Remote Desktop Client for iOS
Microsoft Remote Desktop Client for Android
>Why do you think multi-touch gesture / Touchscreen functionality does not exist among competitors?
That's something you'll have to ask them. Windows touch and pen APIs are public, so I assume that if these vendors wanted to support this functionality, they could do so.
Any RDP app will work, such as Microsoft Remote Desktop. You will need to set up port forwarding on your router so that you can access the PC from outside your home.
Microsoft Remote Desktop: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
Office 365 Admin: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ms.office365admin
But the best thing for out of hours: See the red phone icon. Tap it.
I don't know... the battery part sounds dangerous.
Do you mean bringing a high-end UPS with you? The weight would be problematic.
Don't you wanna do like the guy in the tap virtual keyboard video and simply use a good tablet? Remote access isn't a problem and the only limit would be fps games due to higher latency.
Window 10 Pro is required, it's not compatible with the Home edition, and you can use a bluetooth mouse to assist the virtual keyboard.
It has been like 5+ years since I looked into this but...
What I found was that Microsoft's Remote Desktop app for Android seemed to be the only thing that handled this correctly and made the mouse behave like a normal mouse.
Things like Teamviewer can be used, but it is very non-intuitive to use a physical mouse to control a virtual finger on a touch screen to then control a remote mouse. You have to pretend the physical mouse is your finger and replicate your touch-screen actions to control the mouse. It's miserable.
Use Microsoft Remote Desktop for android instead (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android) you can specify resolution there. I use it to manage several machines at home.
If you have Windows 10 Pro on your laptop, what's wrong with the official Remote Desktop client?
If you only have Home, or need the laptop screen to stay unlocked while you're connected, best bet is probably installing a VNC server on your desktop and VNC client on your phone.
I've had this issue recently too. I've not fixed it, but I can remote desktop into the crashed machine and reset the graphics card from Device Manager. If you have a second PC (Or even an Android phone and can install the Microsoft RDP app), I'd advise setting up remote desktop so you can fallback on that to save anything.
Assuming this is the same issue, it's not the GPU as I'm on a GTX.
All that said,What version of Windows are you running, and on what hardware? Also, is it up to date, and is there any overclocking going on?
RDP works well. There's an open source server implementation here: http://www.xrdp.org/. For an Android client, Microsoft's looks like the best one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en
Maybe all you need is a way to remote desktop into your PC from your phone. If your PC is running Windows Pro all you'll need is something like this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en_US&gl=US
As far as I know, the Remote Desktop apps are available on all sorts of OS's for connecting to the server. I use this one on my Android phone and it works fine.
Isn't there a Mac app store of some kind? Give it a search and see what comes up.
Are you using Remove Desktop 8 (Microsoft RD Client) released one or BETA?
If not BETA - That that and see how it goes. I noticed that some things between Remote Desktop 8 and Remote Desktop Beta.
RDC8 is still available in the Play Store, but it hasn’t been updated for a year.
He says "Microsoft Remote Desktop" so it is probably this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
Shadow PC works perfect,
for remoting into linux locally or not I use this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
or XSDL Xserver as well.
If anyone finds a web browser that can capture mouse, please let me know!
Have you tried Microsoft RD on the play store?
There seems to be two versions on Play Store and I can't work out what the real differences are.
The former seems to be version 8 and the latter version 10.
Para la primera usa escritorio remoto si es tan en la misma red. Solo tienes que habilitar el equipo para que permita el acceso con escritorio remoto, de PC a PC igual (busca escritorio remoto en el menu inicio).
Sobre las TC intenta que sean bancaria no mas, si ya tienes cuenta corriente te la darán casi de inmediato (en el peor de los casos con cupo reducido), si te vas por alguna del retail te apuñalaran a comisiones.
I like using XRDP as a solution. IIRC you don't need to have the GUI on boot, just installed, to use it. And Microsoft has their app on Android.
Mine suggestions are:
1) Buy a Keyboard + Mouse Bluetooth kit.
2) Buy an USB-C hub USB.
3) If u have a PC with Windows10 Pro, install Remote Desktop on your galaxy (from here)
I see I see. I mean you could set up Microsoft Remote Desktop to work with your omen. here's a link to the play store app
I typically just ssh into my servers (terminal based) that have their own dns entries and what not for testing webstuff. But when I need to remote into a PC I use Microsoft Remote display. (I also use Citrix but that's a really expensive enterprise thing that maybe some huge Corp you work with will pay for). But it depends on wifi so your mileage may vary.
That's the remote app.
The remote box is a little windows pc: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07CJFZ1NL?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title
It is attached to external hard drives that are sitting in old shucked easystores (I replaced my old desktop HDD with the reds inside and swapped them back into the easy stores)
I wouldn't recommend the set up... it was just making great use of what was available really. The little pc was on sale and was originally going to be used in the TV room but I got an nvidia shield instead. Windows might not be the greatest for something like that but hey, it works!
why over complicate things ?
just use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android for remote desktop apps.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.valvesoftware.steamlink for remote gaming (you can even remote desktop with it).
Yes, I use the NexDock2 with my work phone (Galaxy S10) and the Microsoft Remote Desktop app all the time. All special keys work exactly the same as a PC keyboard.
But, I'm concerned about the title of your post: "iOS integration". The kind of functionality is only supported on some higher-end Android devices. See NexDock's supported phones page for more information.
Can you install Microsoft Remote Desktop Services on a server and load the Android version of their client?
You should be able to use trial licenses from Microsoft for this short timeframe.
Mine is reading on my Android phone with Microsoft Remote Desktop installed, and then make an RDP session to my Windows 10 desktop with my VNs in there. Latency is near-zero even with animations. Note that it's on a local network over wi-fi.
We have a small group of staff utilizing the Remote App feature in the Android MS Remote Desktop client on Chromebooks. It works pretty well, but you need CALs for each user. There's also a web client, but we haven't tested it yet.
you can also remote controll it via your android
just download the rdp client and it should basically work
or if that is too complicated for you, have you tried to remap the buttons of a presenter?
Yeah, it does support it, it just passes through the android mouse cursor. I've not explicitly tested right click / middle click etc but I've not noticed it being odd. If you like, I can go and check it. The app is just the Microsoft remote desktop android app. Have a look here
Things like Teamviewer can be used, but it is very non-intuitive to use a physical mouse to control a touch screen providing touch controls to control a remote mouse. You have to pretend the physical mouse is your finger and replicate your touch-screen actions to control the mouse. It's miserable.
Parsec doesn't have a cost to use if you supply the cloud computer yourself. It's just an application you download and run on the client and server. Also it doesn't work on cell phones.
Maybe some combination of Microsoft Remote Desktop and SteamLink could work? But if you don't care about playing the game, maybe just Remote Desktop would be enough. I don't know what your options are if you only have iPhone or BlackBerry.
Get your stuff set up and your use scenarios fully tested before you leave though; fixing problems with only your cell phone is going to be difficult.
typical PSM connection component is called PSM-RDP . Check under Admnistration > Options > Connection Components. I think Microsoft has a Remote Desktop App for Android; albeit I haven't tried. Check the section called "Connecting with Any RDP Client Application" in the End user guide. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en_US
Here it is. It works decently well, except it won't use the full screen and leaves a black bar to give you software equivalents of the Win/Ctrl etc key. It very much feels like it was designed for phones (like providing software keys) and while it works on Chromebooks fine, it does not leverage Chromebook features like a physical keyboard etc.
This is using plain-old Microsoft Remote Desktop, which conveniently now has an android client.
It acts weird, though. Arena won't let me go full screen. I think I'll file a ticket...
I also have Chrome Remote Desktop for when I'm out of the house. Both work much better on the laptop.
Not really. The best you can do is run Photoshop on a nearby PC and use remote desktop on your tablet to connect to it. I'm not sure it will be the experience you're looking for, but it's worth a shot.
Chrome Remote Desktop requires you to install Chrome (browser) and the Chrome Remote Desktop extension ; then register the remote machine. It is not the same as Microsoft Terminal Services (commonly known as Remote Desktop).
Sounds to me as if you require to access a remote Windows instance via Terminal Services ; For accessing a Microsoft Terminal services on ChromeOS, you have two options:
a) If you have Google Play on your Chromebook -
b) Chrome RDP app - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-rdp/cbkkbcmdlboombapidmoeolnmdacpkch
Both are excellent, configurable and reliable. I use both on a daily basis when I am obliged to run a Windows application.
This is a windows feature... the website likely just activates it. You can use the official windows app for android to do the same thing.
You don't need web browser program to do it. Windows has remote desktop for your phone which does the same thing without having your data run through a website.
download to your phone and follow the directions
What I do is the Acer R13 + Remote Desktop android app + Secure Shell extension (SSH).
The R13 has way better battery than the 14, folds over, and has a touch display (to interface with android apps).
You can really just use AWS free tier and get some hands on there (which will come in handy when you graduate)
+1 for Microsoft's RDP app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
I'll have to check the beta. I reverted to the above version a good while back.
Natively, I use https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-rdp/cbkkbcmdlboombapidmoeolnmdacpkch for RDP connections ; it doesn't support per-app profiles, so I generally full screen it to reach a Windows machine and then launch RDP apps via the Windows machine.
Kinda clunky approach, but it works for me. Don't really notice much of a performance difference between this and the Chrome Remote Desktop.
Tip: Go into settings and change it from 'mouse-input' to 'touch input'.
The mouse input emulates a mouse and you have to drag the cursor around everywhere. The Touch option essentially makes your desktop a touch screen while you're remoting in.
I don't think you can hardwire a connection. If it's just screen sharing you want to do you can set up an ad-hoc wifi, remote desktop and use an android RDP client like Microsoft RDP to connect.
There's no way to have windows run on android because of the spec limitations on phones and storage space it would take.
My advice is that you play on android and download bluestacks 2 or https://01.org/android-IA.
If you want to give it a shot you could try to remote control your computer like this, but that also would mean you would have to have your computer turned on all the time just for a game.
> I quite like the idea of having the power of a desktop PC but also be able to sit in bed with a tablet when I want to just watch a movie, browse the net etc. Is it possible to do this but have the tablet accessing the same system?
Yes, because there are many VNC servers and clients for Windows, Linux and Android. There are also Android Remote Desktop clients like this one (free).
I run Linux so I prefer VNC, but I've heard that Remote Desktop is faster, and if you're going to be watching videos remotely, that might be the deciding factor.
Yep I used ARC Welder to get it on my chromebook.
Microsoft Remote Desktop - Initially used it on my android devices (M8 and Nexus 7) and really liked it - a nice user experience with good updates and very functional on a touchscreen.
Recently bought a chromebook and noticed no cursor using Chrome RD to remote into my windows (mouse-less) server so I looked into other options. Even though now I have a cursor after updating my server to windows 10 using Chrome RD, I still prefer Microsoft's RD Client offering.
Note the only real difference I've noticed so far is that RD Client scales much nicer.. I'm still pretty noob to chrome os though.
I couldn't find an official teamviewer app in the chrome app store(?).
I actually really like how Microsoft Remote Desktop works on my phone and tablet.. so I snagged the apk and have been using that on my chromebook - so far so good!
I took the simple route and just use RDP to connect to my windows server. It works great on android and IOS and its free
I know its not really what you are looking for but it can do the job
> Hell, if the thing had native SSH and MSRDP clients, most of what I do could be handled with one and it'd be great.
Native SSH: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/secure-shell/pnhechapfaindjhompbnflcldabbghjo?hl=en
There are also a couple of (paid) native Chrome OS RDP apps available: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-rdp/cbkkbcmdlboombapidmoeolnmdacpkch?hl=en-US
Though the MS Android RDP app works great if your chromebook supports Android apps: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en
Also at least as far as I know RDP is a published standard so there are other clients that can speak it.
You don't need a particular type of tablet, you just need an RDP app. I use the official Microsoft one.
Here it is for Android
Here it is for iOS
Here it is for Windows 8/10
Assuming your chromebook has access to the playstore, Microsoft Remote Desktop is pretty good.
in windows 7 and up:
the last thing youll need to do is set up port forwarding on your router. this is easy on most models and instructions can be found by googleing"[router model] set up port forwarding" you need to forward incoming port 3389 to port 3389 on your computer. you can find your PCs lan ip by opening cmd and typing ipconfig. youll be looking for a group of numbers that look like either 10.x.x.x or 192.168.x.x. 172.x.x.x and 168.x.x.x addresses are never the ones that you will be looking for.
Probably Remote Desktop!
Have you tried the Microsoft Remote Desktop app? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
Use the Android app, works great for me:
Setup a Remote Desktop Connection on your PC (Microsoft documentation).
Install the official Microsoft Remote Desktop connection app on your smartphone (Apple / Android).
You will probably need to find some setup guides online.
Official from Microsoft.
Microsoft Remote Desktop app
There are RDP apps for android, like this one from MS. Have you tried it with dex?
This is crazy, won't work anywhere near as nicely, and will probably only work on the same network (PS remote play works even over the internet), but hear me out.
I think you could stream Xbox to Windows using the Xbox app and then stream your desktop to your phone using Steam Link. With Steam Link you can shrink Steam and just use your PC, so you should be able to open the Xbox app and stream your Xbox.
I'd imagine that you'll get a decent amount of input lag, but it's worth a try. Also Steam Link only works locally I'm pretty sure so you'll have to be on the same network unless you want to get really crazy and instead of Steam Link you do a similar thing with some kind of VPN software like Microsoft Remote Desktop or similar, but at that point I think the input lag, refresh rate, and actual input ability might get wicked bad and difficult to set up. Who knows though, it could actually be functional enough to do things like grab stuff from Xur, or hell maybe it works great and you can actually play as long as it's not input sensitive gaming.
Option 1: Use "Cast desktop" function in Chrome browser (https://www.lifewire.com/use-chromecast-to-show-windows-desktop-4129536).
Option 2: Install a remote desktop client app on your Mi Box. In particular, Microsoft Remote Desktop (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android) is really fast if your internet connections are strong on both ends. As a test, I was able to watch videos stored on an office computer this way with very little stuttering. Since your computer and Mi Box are in the same network, this shouldn't be a big issue. The only thing is Microsoft Remote Desktop is not officially supported on Android TV even though it works well. You'll have to sideload it (e.g. Aptoide). There are other remote desktop apps in play store but their speed & image quality may vary.
Option 3: Use Steam Link app (https://lifehacker.com/use-steam-to-stream-your-desktop-instead-of-your-games-1818722875).
Option 1 is simpler if your computer and TV are close. Option 2 & 3 work better if there is some distance between them and you don't want to walk back and forth.
Yup, that's the one.
The installed app comes up as "RD Client", at least on my machine (R11).
Android? If so Microsoft has a free RDP avail in the play store. I switched to this and dumped CRD.
You can use this if you have Windows
Thats correct. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android Just looking at this app I see you need Windows Pro not home version which could be a problem.
Not to state the obvious, but there's always RDP
Microsoft has a free RDP client that works. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
Download the RDP app from the Play Store. Your terminology is a bit off, but I think this is what you need.
The official MS Remote Desktop Android app should work for you.
For command line tools you should use Linux Beta.
Oh, I missed that. Here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en_US&gl=US
By the logic of this headline, Microsoft also lets you run entire Windows OS on Android
I use remote desktop on my phone to control my windows PC from the couch
MS Remote Desktop Client for Android
And this toomicrosoft remote
Don't know about controller options, but the Microsoft app has already worked well for me: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
It's a separate app but Microsoft already has a solution for this
Keep it simple and just use RDP?
Yeah, I can connect to a couple remote apps for work via:
Apart from Plex, Kodi, YouTube and TV streaming apps etc...
Microsoft Remote Desktop. A joystick on the gamepad controller is mapped to mouse movement so it's really easy to use. Apart from that there's no real difference between the Android TV version and the standard android app. You also have the option to connect your session with your local android storage mapped so you can see it as a disk drive in My Computer.
Chrome gets a bit of use for more general browsing, occasional downloading, and streaming (Footybite.com for live streaming soccer and SportsVideo.net and /r/FootballHighlights for highlights).
HopWatch is great for casually browsing Reddit video subreddits. It's a lot like the YouTube recommendations row, and you can customise it with the video subreddits you're interested in following. Some of the one's I look at from time to time are /r/videos, /r/trailers, /r/MealTimeVideos/, /r/ArtisanVideos/. I think it's just missing the ability to vote (or less importantly comment) on posts, but that'd probably be a ton of work to integrate.
Sideload Channel lets you add custom rows to your homescreen and put whatever apps you want on the row. I have one for emulators, one for all my games, and another one for utility apps.
Emulators I use from time to time include Dolphin (GameCube), Mupen64Plus FZ (N64), and Snes9x EX+ (SNES). I've tried Arc Browser and RetroArch but I just prefer the specific emulator apps.
Sideload Launcher is a quick and easy way to open open sideloaded apps. In the past I've used it for a few sideloaded games from Amazon, but at this point most things I'd want to use are fully compatible with Android TV.
X-plore File Manager is probably as good as it gets for file managers on Android TV. You can connect it to your cloud storage for quickly transferring files to and from the shield. Solid Explorer is probably just as good an option too. If memory serves correctly, ES File Manager has an Android TV app, but they changed owners and/or became a bit sketchy a few years back.
SteamLink and NVIDIA GameStream (which is accessed from within the NVIDIA Games app, and relies on an NVIDIA graphics card). At the moment I don't have my shield and pc connected over ethernet, and my WiFi coverage/bandwidth isn't great so the overall experience is pretty poor. Having said that, it's not always a dealbreaker if the game you want to play doesn't need low latency or has few moving elements, but it does severely limit which games are viable options.
And because the play store is rightly derided for how terrible it is for highlighting and discovering compatible apps, I keep the following pages bookmarked: NVIDIA Games Library and Games for Android TV. The former is a big index of games that NVIDIA have worked with publishers on to ensure compatibility with the Shield TV, and the latter is a Google page with (seemingly random) apps that are compatible with Android TV (and the quality is all over the place).
If it is Windows, MS has a great RDP app for Android
In case you are running windows pro then use remote desktop: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android
Yes, this one.
This js officially supported by Microsoft
If you just want to use your tablet at home in the same wlan as your windows pc: maybe just an remote desktop app?
maybe an alternative could be a "cloud pc" - a custom windows desktop running in the cloud? I mainly know this for gaming (shadow.tech, liquidsky, parsec). But this should also be available for office. Maybe something like Amazon Workspaces? At least there's a android tablet client. This is not cheap. But if you have a good internet connection this is probably more hassle-free than directly running it on your device.
I have never used these. But I would be curious.
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I use and have used the following:
Chrome RDP via Chrome Web Store - although if you have expiring passwords, you may find that it doesn't support password renewal.
Microsoft Remote Desktop via Google Play Store
Google Remote Desktop - only requirement is the host needs to have Chrome installed on it.
Moonlight Chrome via manual extension installation / crx which is a perfect tool for streaming games from a decent PC with NVidia GPU
All of these are great. Currently I use Chrome RDP because my current work machine is a Windows Server, and Google Remote Desktop doesn't support multiple Remote Desktop hosts on the same server.
Moonlight is absolutely superb for gaming. Kids use it for Steam gaming, Sims 4, Roblox and FortniteBR. I may have used it for Euro Truck ;)
Had no issues with slowdown on 3440x1440 monitor on CB3-111 (2GB), CB3-431 (4GB), R11 (2GB and 4GB) or R13 Chromebooks.
You don't need google, windows has it on its own
use this instead https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en
use this instead of letting some random internet strangers have your data
does it count as a third party solution if it's part of your operating system?
just use the windows app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en
why have anyone in the middle... other than microsoft which already has all your info
Remote for your windows 10 PC
You mean this one that uses RDP?
Sounds like you are happy using RDP to connect from the desktop....why not RDP on Android?
I used to just log-in via a SSH client into my CentOS server and do everything with command lines but I got bored of that and installed a GUI (Gnome) and TightVNC. Now I just remote in and use my mouse like in a desktop.
I also remote into my own PC for pretty much anything like continuing a LibreOffice document, change something in a VM, manipulate HW that I can't take with me, or just monitor my things. A lot of this can be done with any Android phone through Microsoft's Remote Desktop app. Minimum resolution I recommend is 720p.
With remote apps, all "static" games work. But you can't watch videos or play fps games. As for the audio, it's compressed but sounds fine.
Nope in fact MS makes an official RDP client that is free for android users...
this has saved me a few times:
Dont care if you have an i-Phone that is what we use to work from our devices while at work
Any reason why not just use the free Microsoft Remote Desktop client on Google Play?
The microsoft RDP app supposedly streams audio. Haven't used it personally though.
For your second question, this might be what you're looking for. Never used it though, and I can't help you with it.
Microsoft Remote Desktop is decent. It uses RDP instead of VNC which I find to be better in terms of speed and performance.
If this is the same as the iOS version, it gives you access to a Microsoft hosted copy of IE.
have you tried the Microsoft app yet?
You can use the app from microsoft.
if you just use the windows remote desktop you can access your whole computer from your phone
If you have the play store you should try out Mircosoft Remote Desktop. It asks for your username and password while setting up the connection and should just log you into Windows. Works that way on Windows 10 Pro for me.
No one is afraid of Google, but there's absolutely no reason to install chrome to use some weird extension when you can just use the normal program.
Microsoft made the RDP protocol, and their app is available here: