PuTTY is a free and open-source lightweight and simple terminal application for Windows. PuTTY supports SSH client, telnet, SFTP, and rlogn and is useful for administrations that need to establish an SSH connection to remote systems such as network switches, routers, unix systems and vmware. PuTTY is provided as a 32 bit and 64 bit client with supports SSH2 and SSH1 protocols.
Alternatives to PuTTY
iTerm isan application brings the terminal into the modern age with features for macOS powdered computers. With iTerm, you can divide a tab up into multiple panes, each one showing a different session. You can slice vertically and horizontally and create any number of panes in any imaginable arrangement. Notice how inactive panes are slightly dimmed so it's easy to see which is active. Register a hotkey that brings iTerm2 to the foreground when you're in another application. A terminal is always a keypress away. You can choose to have the hotkey open a dedicated window. This gives you an always-available terminal (like Visor, Guake, or Yakuake) at your fingertips. iTerm also provides search and find-on-page feature, allowing you to immediately highlight matches and navigate your terminal faster.
SecureCRT is an SSH client that supports SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, Rlogin, serial and TAPI protocol. It is provided as a commerical product and features a traditional Windows interface common to many. SecureCRT supports color customization, line rewrapping, paste confirmation, drag and drop multiple sessions, sessions management, encryption enhancements, and recent session list.
mRemoteNG is an open source, tabbed, multi-protocol, remote connections manager for Windows. The project was originally forked from the mRemote, and has been improved ever since. mRemoteNG allows you to view all of your remote connections in a simple yet powerful tabbed interface.
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