With Virtual Network Computing, you don’t need to rely on a directly connected keyboard, mouse, or monitor to access a headless computer’s graphical user interface (GUI). Instead, you can connect remotely to a headless computer, such as a Raspberry Pi, and borrow the inputs of any available computer or smartphone to navigate the GUI on it.

Virtual Network Computing, better known as VNC, has been around for decades and can be used on and to control a plethora of different operating systems including Windows, macOS, Linux, and even mobile platforms like Android.

By using VNC, you are able to… more

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