Remote desktop is a Windows feature that allows you to connect to a computer from anywhere in the world. When the computer is turned on, you can use this capability to access it remotely. Remote desktop was accessible in Windows 10, and with the release of Windows 11, people are wondering whether they would be able to use it or not. You won’t have to worry about that because you can use a remote desktop on Windows 11 easily.

How To Setup Remote Desktop In Windows 11

Windows 11 is the newer version of Windows, which is also the successor to Windows 10. This post will be useful if you don’t know how to setup and use remote desktops in Windows 11. 

Enable Remote Desktop In Windows 11

You can easily enable remote desktop in Windows 11. If you don’t know how to enable remote desktop, then follow the steps given below-

  • Open the settings of your PC from the Start menu, or press the Windows + I key combo to open the settings. You will be headed to the system tab in the settings. If you are not in the system tab, then open it from the left sidebar.

How To Enable Remote Desktop Windows 11?

  • Now in the System tab, click on the remote desktop to open it.
  • This will open the remote desktop in the settings. Here, ensure that the remote desktop toggle is turned on. If it is not turned on, then enable it to start the remote desktop.

How To Enable Remote Desktop Windows 11?

  • You will have to confirm the prompt to be able to use the remote desktop.
  • Next, you will see your PC name using which you can connect to your PC from another PC.
  • Now you will have to add users to the Remote desktop users. To do that, click on the remote desktop uses, and then in the next window that pops up, click on add. 
  • Add the user from here, and then click on OK. By doing so, you will be able to use a remote desktop in Windows 11.

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Final Words

That’s how you can enable remote desktop in Windows 11. Following the above steps, you will be able to use a remote desktop connection app on Windows 11, and you won’t have to use a third-party app to do so. We hope this article helped you out with setting up a remote desktop in Windows 11.

Writer @itechhacks - He enjoys writing about Windows 11, How to Guides, and the latest technology.

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