After installing and running the app on your system you can feel like you are in the world of virtual view, you can also resize the size and distance of the desktop from the sitting even six feet away from a 60-inch display. The SteamVR’s desktop theater mode on the HTC Vive also let the user to use Windows in VR, but in the testing of Virtual Desktop, it is found to be hard to read the text and a little bit difficult to use Windows as you normally would. This app is mainly used for playing non-VR games and to watch movies in your headset.
While coming to videos Virtual Desktop is quite exciting. For a cinematic experience, you can resize the screen. As Rift and Vive are limited by their displays you cannot get the full resolution of 1080p high definition videos i.e. they offer a resolution of only 1280 x 1080 pixels per eye. The Videos that are offered by Virtual Desktops are still sharper and offers good video clarity even in full-screen mode. This app also supports for viewing of videos and pictures in 360 degree which is quite useful for jumping into an immersive clip from YouTube quickly. To play or to plug in the video you need to copy the URL of the video to the clipboard and want to insert that into the Virtual Desktop’s settings app and this is one of the areas where Virtual Desktops need to improve.
The main problem with this app is that you have to depend on keyboard and mouse to navigate the Windows, which will be a big issue if you don’t touch-type well and it is not that much easy to see what is going on in front of you. So a Vive’s webcam is always essential which let you to quickly view the outside world very quickly.