RDP is a remote desktop protocol which allows you to connect to any computer remotely running Windows and available to any user one of the operating systems such as Windows, Mac, Linux.
It is a convenient, efficient and practical tool for remote access to manage administrative or daily working purposes.
RDP servers are used for cooperative working in the system, the users can deploy workstations,
allowing them to connect to their workplace remotely.
To connect to Remote Desktop in Windows press Win+R, type MSTSC and press Enter.
In the opened window, enter the IP address or computer name, select "Connect", enter the username and password. Then the remote computer screen appears.
Microsoft has released an official RDP app For Mac OS that works stably during connection to any version of Windows.
In Mac OS X, To connect to a Windows computer, it is essential to download the Microsoft Remote Desktop app from the App Store.
Pressing the Plus button in the app, you add a remote computer:
enter its IP address, username and password. Double click on remote desktop name
in the connection list will open the Windows desktop.