Mobile Desktop is an attempt to build a VNC like application for mobile phones to ease the remote desktop access through the mobile phones. It allows the control of a remote computer from mobile phones with maximum functions. It implements both Bluetooth and GPRS technologies for the connection mechanism. Bluetooth connection is costless but is limited to a small area, while GPRS is a costly world wide connection. Mobiles are small and almost every time stays with you where ever you go. So, this application removes the overhead of carrying heavier laptops or searching some desktops around if you want to access your remote computer. To use Mobile Desktop we run the server in the PC we want to access and a client application in mobile phone to connect to the PC. A very common business application of Mobile Desktop is in remote system administration, where it is used to allow administrators to take control of employee machines to diagnose and fix problems from their mobile phones. It can also be used to provide a flexible hotdesking and roadwarrior environment by allowing employees to access their office desktop and server machines using their mobile phones.