Windows GPU RDP What is it and How to...

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Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary peer-to-peer network protocol used in Remote Desktop Services to provide remote control, remote desktop and session sharing services. Windows uses the Remote Desktop Protocol to share graphical user interface in a virtual way. This helps user’s access computers remotely as if they are local. Nowadays, there are many third-party applications that offer some kind of remote desktop functionality. However, not all of them use RDP for this purpose. There are several versions of Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol available for Windows users, including standard RDP and the more advanced Windows GPU RDP. In this article, we will explore what exactly is Windows GPU RDP and how to use it.

What is Windows GPU RDP?

RDP stands for Remote Desktop Protocol. It’s an industry-standard protocol that allows a user on one computer to access another computer over a network connection, and has the same graphical user interface and application experience as if they had logged in directly to the other computer. RDP provides the remote desktop functionality, which allows users to work on a computer that’s not physically located in the same room. It can be used if a computer is located in a different...

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