Saturday, 27 September 2014

Terminals: A remote desktop client for (almost) anyone

Windows remote desktop, VNC, telnet, SSH -- there are many ways to access a remote computer, and using them all can require a whole library of networking tools. Fortunately, there are alternatives. The open source Terminals not only handles a lengthy list of protocols -- RDP, VNC, ISA, SSH, Telnet, RAS, HTTP, HTTPS -- but a tabbed interface means you’re able to open and manage multiple connections simultaneously. Too complex for your networking needs? No problem, Terminals also includes a stack of bonus tools which make it useful to just about anyone. Once you realize you have to start it… [Continue Reading]



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