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A Headless Ghost is a display emulator (dummy plug) that fits discreetly in to the video output socket on your computer. Once the Headless Ghost is attached, your operating system detects a connected display and enables the GPU.
The GPU hardware is often disabled until a display is attached, resulting in poor performance and a limited working resolution for remote users. With the GPU enabled, it is possible to perform for various tasks including high resolution hardware accelerated remote desktop.