Terminal Service Plus can work on your PC and here is the minimal recommended hardware:
Number of users
Equipment for XP/2003
Windows 2008 to 2016 or 7 to 10
3 - 5
1 GB ONE CPU
I5 or above 4 GB One CPU 2 GHZ
1 GB One CPU 2 GHZ I5 or above
I5 or above 8 GB One CPU 2 GHZ
4 GB One CPU 2.5 GHZ I5 or above
16 GB One CPU I7 or Xeon
50 and above
16 GB Dual CPU
32 GB Dual CPU - SSD Disk dedicated to the system
Over 50 concurrent sessions, we recommend to use a farm of servers.
Each server (physical or virtual ones) handling up to 50 concurrent users.
Comment: The type of hardware you need will mostly depend on what kind of resources the applications you wish to publish consume the most (CPU/memory/Disk). You might consider getting a server with SSD drives if you plan on using an application that accesses a database on your TSplus server as it will greatly enhance the performances.
2) Operating system
Your hardware must use one of the operating systems below:
Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home.
Windows Vista Home Premium, Professional, Corporate or Ultimate Edition
Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Corporate or Ultimate Edition
Windows 8 Professional/8.1
Windows 2003 Server or 2003 SBS
Windows 2008 Server or 2008 R2/SBS
Windows 2012 Server or 2012 R2
Windows 2016 Server
32 and 64 bit are supported.
If you install TSplus on a Windows 2003 to 2016 make sure the RDS or Terminal Services roles as well as the RDS Terminal Services licensing role are not installed before installing TSplus.
If these roles were present, remove them and reboot.
For any Windows Home edition, you will need to create local administrators users accounts in order to be able to connect remotely.
3) Network parameters
The Terminal Service Plus "server" must have a fixed IP address:
Remote access (from Wide Area Network - WAN)
A DSL connection is recommended as well as a public fixed address. Without a fixed IP address, you should install a dynamic DNS service like http://DynDNS.org
More information about how to set this up can be found here.
The TCP RDP port (by default 3389) must be opened both ways on your firewall.