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KDE Remote Desktop Sharing – Stand On the RFB Protocol!


KDE Desktop Sharing is also known as the KRFB that is a service stand on the RFB protocol. It is permits the users to share their system with other system of the user.

The process is also helping the users to show their desktop as an administrator to solve their problem. In this regard, the users can get full control to access their desktop.  KDE Desktop Sharing is well-matched with all regular RFB and VNC the users.

It is also server applications that permit the users to share their latest session with another system of the users who use VNC clients to see or entire control over the system.

However, the KDE Desktop Sharing is perfectly matched with the desktop sharing due to attractive features. KDE Desktop Sharing is never allowing their users to start a new X session because it shares the present session.

KDE Desktop Sharing is much useful when the user require someone to execute a task with the help of other. KDE Desktop Sharing is using the Remote Frame Buffer protocol instead of other system.

However, the user can safely skip the software if they have much familiar with. Remote Frame Buffer protocol is by the high level completion of a system.

In case, you happen being resident “geek” in house, workplace, and school, you have used VNC. That allows you remotely connect to other computer as well as control that. While used for the legitimate technical support, and it is the useful tool to help the users who are not at all present in same room, building, and even same side of world.

Also, there are some other uses to that outside of the technical support. In case, user disables “control” feature, it is been used for the instructional purposes.

KDE, to be complete desktop it is, includes desktop sharing application, which allows VNC & RDP connections to & from user’s desktop. The setup is simple as well as painless and follow the steps:

Note: “Host” computer may get connections, and “guest” computer may connect to host as well as control or view it. In case,  you would like to connect to same location in future, make sure to save bookmark in Bookmarks menu at a top. While you are finished with remote setting, then click Disconnect. You can now remotely connect & control KDE computers, no matter whether for the business, education, and recreation.