Hello everyone, has anyone encountered extremely slow problems in using Anydesk or TeamViewer (especially with Anydesk) to remotely control the Intel NUC?
Basically I installed Anydesk on the NUC 8 Series with i5 and 16 GB of RAM, everything runs perfectly, even the 4K go that is a marvel, but if I try to connect from another device to the NUC that has Anydesk, it goes ultra slow.
If for example, by controlling the NUC remotely from another device, I minimize a window, on the monitor connected to the NUC happens in real time, instead in the display of the remote device (I'm doing the tests at home) I see that the action also takes place after a few seconds.
I tried both from an Android, and from another quite powerful computer, same result. A similar thing happens even with TeamViewer.
I have already tried to play with the parameters of Anydesk in the NUC, but it does not change anything.
I also checked the network performance, I'm connected in WiFi 5G and the Speedtest I go to about 300 Mbit down and up.
I have the NUC drivers updated to the latest version available.
With RDP it's better, but even here it happens that everything is slowed down, for example, putting a YouTube video in play is in crisis.
These problems I did not have them with my old Surface of 2013 with i5 and 4 GB of RAM.
I do not know what else to do, I think it's a graphic driver problem, but more than having an updated one that's already there ...
Any experience on this?
Is any incompatibility known?