Wednesday, July 24, 2013

TightVNC 2.7.10

TightVNC is a free tool for remote administration of a computer program developed based on VNC. Similarly, RealVNC, and how Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection or Symantec pcAnywhere allows you to capture remote desktop and work on another computer on the network.

Compared to a similar code based on RealVNC, TightVNC stands out better compression characteristics allowing for more comfortable working with a weaker transmission speeds. Similarly to the RealVNC, the program consists of two modules, Server and Viewer - designed accordingly to create the image and the transmission and reception of the message.

Developer: TightVNC
License: Freeware
Filename: tightvnc-2.7.10-setup-32bit.msi
File Size: 2,105,344 bytes
Filename: tightvnc-2.7.10-setup-64bit.msi
File size:2,367,488 bytes
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: en-US
License: Open Source
Date added: April 28, 2013

TightVNC is:

  • Free, G PL-licensed, with full source code available;
  • Useful in remote administration, remote customer support, education, and for many other purposes;
  • Cross-platform, available for Windows and Unix, compatible with other VNC software;

New In This Version :

TightVNC Server

  • Now all displays are shown in Viewer when monitors are connected to different graphics cards, rather then showing only one.
  • No more cursor disappearing or freezing when an application window controlled remotely is dragged by its title bar.
TightVNC Viewer
  • Added detection of a Windows key press (alone or in combination with other keys), as well as Alt -Tab combination in the full-screen mode.
  • Improved a File transfer window: file listing in the directory is now case insensitive.
  • Added sorting of files by Name, Size or date Modified either in ascending or descending order.
  • For both Server and Viewer, performance gain is achieved when TightVNC encoding is used due to accelerated JPG encoding and decoding. It is noticeable mostly on old hardware configurations.

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