How to speed up Ubuntu, Remote Control generally and XRDP RDP particularly

In this tutorial video i demonstrate step by step how you can speed up Ubuntu LTS, so the main 3 of 18.04, 2.04 and 22.04. It should also speed up remote control packages like TeamViewer, NoMachine, VNC & RDP (a.k.a XRDP). It does this by tuning off the ubuntu animations. It then specifically looks at the XRDP package (The Linux version of RDP) by reducing the number of colors transmitted from over 4 billion per pixel to about 30000, a reduction of some 100.00 times. this is done by amending the main XRDP configuration file of
/etc/xrdp/xrdp.ini and halving the value for max_bpp. At which the machine is rebooted.
These changes work on a Local PC or even a VPS.

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Turning Animations off in Ubuntu
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface enable-animations false

If for any reason you would like to turn these Animations, effects and transitions back on again the command is :
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface enable-animations true

Reduce the number of colors that XRDP has to transmit.
sudo sed -i ‘s/max_bpp=32/max_bpp=16/g’ /etc/xrdp/xrdp.ini && sudo reboot

Again, If for any reason you would return to the full colours being transmitted by XRDP :
sudo sed -i ‘s/max_bpp=16/max_bpp=32/g’ /etc/xrdp/xrdp.ini && sudo reboot


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