Featured Windows Download: Manage Multiple Remote Desktop Connections with mRemote

LifeHacker has a review up on their site about a little application called ‘mRemote’. This is quite a piece of software and you can tell that the developers have spent some time on it. I have always been an advocate of being more organized and efficient. With mRemote everything that you need is in one screen, and everything that was left out with Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Connection Client is in mRemote. Tabbed windows, supports RDP, VNC, SSH2 and telnet protocols. There is also a connection manager, so you can setup all your connections and then point and click to connect.

LifeHacker has a review up on their site about a little application called ‘mRemote’. This is quite a piece of software and you can tell that the developers have spent some time on it. I have always been an advocate of being more organized and efficient. With mRemote everything that you need is in one screen, and everything that was left out with Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Connection Client is in mRemote. Tabbed windows, supports RDP, VNC, SSH2 and telnet protocols. There is also a connection manager, so you can setup all your connections and then point and click to connect.

Featured Windows Download: Manage Multiple Remote Desktop Connections with mRemotemremote.pngWindows only: Connect to and manage multiple remote desktop connections—supporting RDP, VNC, SSH2, and Telnet protocols—in a friendly tabbed interface with free, open source application mRemote. While you could run multiple instances of the Windows Remote Desktop application along with your other remote connections, mRemote allows you to connect to and manage them all from one place without cluttering up your taskbar or running several different applications. Whether you’re controlling your home computer on-the-go with VNC, you prefer Windows Remote Desktop connections (RDP), or you regularly use an SSH2 or even Telnet connections, mRemote is the perfect tool to manage and connect to them all. mRemote is free, Windows only.

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