AnyDesk is a fast remote desktop system and enables users to access their data, images, videos and applications from anywhere and at any time, and also to share it with others. AnyDesk is the first remote desktop software that doesn't require you to think about what you can do. CAD, video editing or simply working comfortably with an office suite for hours are just a few examples. AnyDesk is designed for modern multi-core CPUs. Most of AnyDesk's image processing is done concurrently. This way, AnyDesk can utilize up to 90% of modern CPUs. AnyDesk works across multiple platforms and operating systems: Windows, Linux, Free BSD, Mac OS, iOS and Android.
Just two megabytes - downloaded in a glimpse, sent via email, or fired up from your USB drive, AnyDesk will turn any desktop into your desktop in seconds. No administrative privileges or installation needed.
AnyDesk 4.3.0 new features:
- Added a setting to allow/disallow direct connections. Try disallowing direct connections in case of recurring session interrupts after a certain amount of time.
- Added a setting for Windows Terminal Servers to dis-/allow the remote user to see the list of currently logged in users when asked for where to connect to.
- New command line parameter "--file-transfer" to start a file session from the command line.
- Added a feature which allows to terminate running sessions from inside AnyDesk. This allows users to start sessions when the session limit of the licence is exceeded by freeing sessions.
- Windows Terminal Server: Added a dialog which allows to choose a user.
- AnyDesk now connects using port 6568 in addition to the standard ports 80 and 443.
Fixed Bugs in AnyDesk 4.3.0:
- In some cases, AnyDesk would display the unknown mouse cursor ("?") in cases where it could have displayed the actual mouse cursor instead. The unknown mouse cursor is used in cases when there is no mouse attached to the device and AnyDesk can not obtain a mouse cursor icon or force the system to display a mouse cursor.
- Fixed problems which could occur when the horizontal resolution was not divisible by 16.
- Fixed a crash related to the cursor.
- Fixed a crash during registration of the first incoming session.
- Custom Client: For an incoming file transfer session AnyDesk did not check if file transfer was set to disallowed by an override. As a result file transfer was still possible.
- Custom Client: In the security settings AnyDesk did not show if the file transfer permission is overridden.
- Fixed a rare crash when using two main windows during installation.
- Fixed sorting using the list view header in the address book.
- Fixed filtering in the address book.
- Fixed cursor having a question mark if no mouse was plugged in, but a cursor was available.