About the Virtual Servers
A Virtual Server is a computer that is maintained by some other party, is always connected to the power and internet, and you rent it for a limited period. A Virtual Server, like a PC, has CPU & RAM. You can install any operating system (Windows, Macintosh, Linux) on a Virtual Server, but since this system is not physically available to you, you need to use applications like Remote Desktop to access and work with it. In the picture below, you can see how I’ve connected to a Virtual Server, using the Remote Desktop application.
If you need more information about how to work with the Remote Desktop application, you can search for additional information on Google.
After you’ve connected to the Virtual Server, you can use your mouse and keyboard to send the commands you want.
Note 1: You rent the Virtual Server (usually for a month), and to get one, you can search Google for How to buy a Virtual Server.
Using the Virtual User Software on Virtual Servers
Generally, the Virtual User Software can be easily installed and used on Virtual Servers that have the Windows Operating Systems (Windows Server 2003 – 2019, Windows XP, Windows 10).
There is, however, one issue regarding the Macros that use mouse and keyboard. When you close the Remote Desktop application, the Virtual Server goes to Lock Screen mode, and this interferes with mouse and keyboard actions. In other words, if you intend to use the Instagram Robot, Telegram Bulk Message Sender Robot, or the SEO Robot that constantly use mouse and keyboard commands, you can not configure the Robot and then close the Remote Desktop application, since upon closing the Remote Desktop application, the Robot errors and stops working.
The solution is that in addition to using the Remote Desktop application, you use some other ways to connect to the Virtual Server. Applications such as VNC Viewer, or VMware Clients, will not lock the windows when you close them, and therefore, the Robots continue to function as expected.
Therefore, before you purchase a Virtual Server, by asking the technical staff of the provider, make sure that you can connect to the server using these applications.
Some of the advantages of using a Virtual Server
They are up all the time, and you don’t need to pay additional charges for power.
They are always connected to high-speed internet with no additional charges.
You can rent powerful hardware at reasonable prices.