We have a new Linux version

by Michael Keith

Our Linux version is now on par with the Windows edition and available for download (ver. 2.3.1)

The interface has been significantly reworked and more elegantly rendered in order to make it more user-friendly for Linux users. The look and feel is now on a par with the Windows version, and users benefit from additional ease of use, including audio transmission. In this context, the functions have also been equalized among the various software versions. Moreover, a problem that sometimes occurred when AnyDesk was installed via the graphical installer KDE has been eliminated. Some dependencies previously had to be installed manually, which could result in difficulties with the startup of the X-Server. Other improvements include the integration of a new keyboard protocol. This means that users who do not use a German keyboard will notice an improvement.

We're really pleased with this development and since we released the 2.3.1 we have been able to focus even more of our resources on a very similar but also eagerly anticipated project to add just one more thing ...

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by Michael Keith

Exciting things are happening at AnyDesk and were here to keep you up to date with recent developments. Check back regularly for a heads-up about new events, features, interesting stories and things that are just plain fun.