Want to get Windows Remote Desktop screen sharing
“Hello, friends. I want to share my Windows Remote Desktop screen with my friends to watch a movie but I don’t know how. So I searched and got a lot of choices, but I don’t know which one is better. Can anybody give me advice? Thanks in advance.”
Four ways to realize “Windows Remote Desktop share screen”
Sharing screens remotely on Windows 11, 10, 8, 7...is not hard actually. Here in this part, we list 4 ways to get Windows desktop sharing and you can choose one of them as you want. Follow m to know how to operate.
AnyViewer---Share screen without any limitations [Recommended]
Realizing “Windows Remote Desktop share screen”, we can use a free & professional remote access software, AnyViewer. With AnyViewer, you can enjoy a fast connection in speed and responsiveness. The whole operation is easy and the connection won’t be limited by the same LAN.
Moreover, the one in front of the host PC can see what’s happening on his or her PC, so you can share your screen without worrying about anything. You can get Windows desktop sharing with your friend for remote assistance, film viewing together and so on. Tick the blue button to get AnyViewer on both PCs and take the operations.
Step 1. For the controller, sign up and fill in the information to create an AnyViewer account. Once logged in, the PC will be assigned to the account automatically.
Step 2. After logging in, the interface will be as in the following picture.
Step 3. Log in to the same AnyViewer account on the two devices, then click View the screen to share the screen without asking.
Chrome Remote Desktop--- Get remote access in the browser
Chrome Remote Desktop, a free remote access tool developed by Google, is usually shown as a Chrome extension. If you are using a Chrome browser, it’s also efficient for you to share the Windows desktop screen on Windows 10. Follow me to know how to operate.
Step 1. On your PC (the host PC), open the Chrome Remote Desktop download page. Click on "Remote Support" and then click the blue download button.
Step 2. After that, click on “Add to Chrome” and "Accept & Install" to install it. Finally, enter a name and click on “Next”.
Step 3. Choose a PIN with at least 6 numbers, and then enter it twice to start the program.
Step 4. On the client PC, open the Chrome browser and navigate here. Then log in to the same Google account. Once logged in, you can see the available computers.
Step 5. Click on the computer set up previously, and enter its PIN. Then the screen sharing is established.
Remote Desktop----Get Remote Access without third-party software
Remote Desktop is a Windows built-in feature that allows us to get remote access if 2 PCs are within LAN or WiFi. Here are the concrete steps on using Remote Desktop to share screen on Windows 10.
- ✎Pay attention:
- ☞ If 2 PCs are not on the same LAN, you need to perform port forwarding.
- ☞ Sharing screen with Remote Desktop, the host PC will be locked.
Step 1. On your PC (the host PC), enable the Remote Desktop. Press Win + R, input "sysdm.cpl" and click the "Enter" key.
Step 2. Go to the Remote tab, and ensure that "Allow remote connections to this computer" is checked. And then click on “OK”.
Step 3. On the local PC, search "remote desktop connection" in the search box and double click to open it.
Step 4. Enter the IP address or PC name of the host PC and then click on “Connect”.
Step 5. Then, input the password and the username of the host PC. Finally, the “Windows Remote Desktop share screen” will be established.
Quick Assist---Share screen with a built-in feature on Windows 10
Quick Assist is also a Windows built-in feature that enables a person to share their device with another person over a remote connection. It allows someone to remotely connect to a user’s device and then view its display. Therefore, we can use Quick Assist to get Windows Remote Desktop screen sharing.
Step 1. On your friend’s PC, search “Quick Assist” in the search box and open it. Choose “Assist another person” under the “Give assistance”.
Step 2. Enter Microsoft account, click on “Next”. And then input the password and click on "Sign in". Then a security code will appear and it’s valid for 10 minutes.
Step 3. Now you locate “Get assistance”, enters the security code in the main interface of the Quick Assist, and click "Share Screen".
Step 4. Choose "Full Control" or "View Screen", and then click "Continue". On the host PC, click on "Allow". Then you can share your screen.
Now you must get how to realize the “Windows Remote Desktop share screen”. Chrome Remote Desktop is useful but it is only available on Chrome browser. Remote Desktop is convenient but it is limited on the same LAN and the host PC will be locked. We can run Quick Assist but both 2 PCs should be Windows 10. Therefore, to get a less-limited remote access software, AnyViewer can be a good choice for you.