Have you ever tried to enable remote desktop in Windows 10? By enabling the remote desktop, you allow the corresponding desktop to be connected with a remote desktop that is a device far away from your PC. This feature helps you to access the apps, network, file and folders of you PC from the remote PC.
Steps to Enable Remote Desktop in Windows 10:
Using Settings App
Step 1: Click on the Windows search box and type Settings. From the displayed options click on Settings App.
Step 2: In the Settings window search and click on System.
Step 3: In the Settings window in the left navigation panel click on Remote Desktop.
Step 4: In the Remote Desktop section, you have an Enable Remote Desktop toggle button. Click on the toggle button to switch in on.
Step 5: After enabling the remote desktop button, the system will ask you for confirmation. Click on the confirm button.
As soon as you enable the remote desktop it also displays an enabled two additional option that keeps PC awake for a connection whenever plugged in and makes your PC to be easily recognizable on the private network so that it is can be automatically connected.
Further, you have to click on Advanced Settings.
Step 6: In the Advanced Settings section you have to enable connections only with computers that use network-level authentication, it just adds a secure authentication method.
Using Control Panel
Step 1: Search for the control panel in the Windows search box.
Step 2: In the control panel click on ‘System and Security’.
Step 3: Now under the System section click on ‘Allow remote access’.
Step 4: A System Properties window will pop up where under the Remote Desktop section you have to allow connection from remote desktop. Finally, click on Apply.
So, these are the two methods using which you can enable remote desktop in Windows 10.