What is TightVNC?

TightVNC is a free and Open Source remote desktop software that lets you access and control a computer over the network. With its intuitive interface, you can interact with the remote screen as if you were sitting in front of it. You can open files, launch applications, and perform other actions on the remote desktop almost as if you were physically there.

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May 5, 2023 – MightyViewer for Windows 1.4.4 Released

We are proud to announce the release of MightyViewer for Windows version 1.4.4. This latest version introduces a wide range of user interface improvements and new features that bring the product to a new level of usability.
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May 4, 2023 – TightVNC for Windows 2.8.81 Released

GlavSoft has released TightVNC version 2.8.81 for Windows. This release repairs file transfers in RDP sessions, and changes the protocol extension for enabling multi-monitor handling. This will allow the upcoming versions of MightyViewer and Remote Ripple show individual monitors when connected to remote desktops with multiple monitors attached.
Read the full announcement for more details.

Dec 23, 2022 – Remote Ripple Goes Free to Use

We have a Christmas and New Year present for all fans of TightVNC technology: our modern remote desktop viewer, Remote Ripple, becomes free to use on all supported platforms: Windows, Mac, iPhone & iPad, Android. Commercial use is free as well.
Read more about our plans on Remote Ripple, TightVNC and our new products – take a look at our post in the GlavSoft company blog.

Mar 15, 2022 – Remote Core SDK (.NET Viewer) v2022.1.1: Supporting .NET 5.0 and 6.0

Now, in the SDK, .NET 5.0 and .NET 6.0 are supported for the Core component, WPF and WinForms. Also, we've added the WPF FileTransferControl to easily implement file transfer functionality in a WPF application, and made a few breaking changes in WPF RemoteDesktopControl and Core extensions.
Request a trial version and see licensing options on the Remote Core SDK new website.

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