FreeRDP 3.6.3

FreeRDP is a free implementation of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), released under the Apache license. Enjoy the freedom of using your software wherever you want, the way you want it, in a world where interoperability can finally liberate your computing experience.

TurboVNC 3.1.2

TurboVNC is a performance-oriented version of the VNC remote desktop connection protocol, based on TightVNC, x4vnc, TigerVNC, and It provides 3D rendering and VirtualGL compression, works well on video and image-intensive connections. It remains fully compatible to other implementations, but often requires less than a fifth processing power. A Java-based VNC viewer is also available

Apache Guacamole 1.5.5

Apache Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway. It supports standard protocols like VNC, RDP, and SSH. We call it clientless because no plugins or client software are required. Thanks to HTML5, once Guacamole is installed on a server, all you need to access your desktops is a web browser.

RemoteBox 2.0

RemoteBox is a client for administring guest VMs on a VirtualBox server. It provides a complete GTK interface similar to VirtualBox itself, and allows direct interaction (RDP) with the running system from a remote "client" machine. All system / virtualization properties can be influenced, devices edited, networking setup changed, and VM snapshots be made.

Thinstation 5.3

Thinstation is a small Linux distribution for basix x86 hardware that provides thin client setups, suitable for school setups. It provides connectivity for RDP and VNC connections, works as Citrix/ICA client, standard X11, NoMachine NX, Windows RDP, tb5250, Tarantella, VMS terminal, or just SSH/telnet client. It allows network booting via PXE, syslinux, CD-ROM, or flash/USB installations.

quickRDP 2.4

quickRDP is desktop tool to manage RDP, VNC and SSH connections. It allows to declare custom connection init commands, indicates the connection status, provides network ready-state check for instant connections, and geneneral host/network scanning.