If you need a great Remote Desktop application, then you can’t go far wrong with AnyDesk.  The software uses TLS1.2 encryption and both ends of the connection are cryptographically verified, so you can be sure that your connection is secure.  AnyDesk is very lightweight and is packed into a 1MB file, no administrative privileges or installation is required and the UI of the software is really simple and easy to navigate.

With AnyDesk, you can use your PC from anywhere you like.  Your perso­nalized AnyDesk-ID is the key to your Desk­top, with all your applications, docu­ments and photos. Most importantly, your data stays where it belongs; on your hard drive and nowhere else.

AnyDesk

The following changes, updates and fixes have been undertaken in version 1.1.0 Beta of AnyDesk:

New Features
Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems).
Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet).
Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD).
Text chat.
Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
Connect via command line. Usage: “anydesk.exe alias@ad”.
A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or running as normal user) to control privileged applications.
Fixed Bugs
New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues).
Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch.
Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled.
AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts.
Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
If there is not enough system RAM available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message call-back was not cleaned up).

You can download AnyDesk 1.1.0 Beta from FileHippo.com today.

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