How to Set Up and Use Remote Desktop for Windows 10 – Since the launch of the Windows XP Pro operating system, it comes with the Remote Desktop feature, also known as RDP and the Windows 10 operating system is not very different from this aspect where the other comes with the Remote Desktop feature.
Remote Desktop Control allows you to connect between your computer and another remote device that has the same property, whether it’s a phone or a computer, remotely controlling it over the Internet and transferring files to and from the Internet. In short, the basic feature function is to control another device Remote via the Internet.
Activate Remote Desktop or RDP on Windows 10
To activate Remote Desktop or RDP on Windows 10, go to Control Panel, then View by Small Icons, and then click System. In the pop-up window, click on Remote Settings and in the pop-up window, in the Remote Desktop option, Right next to the Allow Remote Connections to this Computer option and click Apply.
Now you will be able to control any remote computer that has the same property provided you get the IP address or host of that computer as well as its password.
Control another remote device via Remote Desktop
Go to the Start menu, find and access the Remote Desktop application, type the IP address or host of that device, and click Connect, now type the user name and password for that device, and you can control it remotely by World wide web.