TightVNC is a free remote control software application derived from the popular VNC software.
With TightVNC, you can see the desktop of a remote machine and control it with your local mouse and keyboard, just like you would do it sitting in the front of that computer.
Improved New Connection dialog features pre-defined connection profiles, new button ("...") allowing to load connection info from a .vnc file, and another new button to activate the listening mode of the viewer. Context help is available for each control of the dialog (note the question button on the window title bar).
This screenshot shows the Connection tab of the Options dialog. This tab includes connection-specific settings. Note that these settings are saved in the system registry, separately per each TightVNC server. When you connect to a server next time, your settings for this server are restored automatically.
Globals tab of the Options dialog. This tab includes those settings that are not connection-specific. Global options allow to configure settings that either were not configurable in previous versions of TightVNC, or had to be set from the command line. Now everything can be configured from the GUI, and configuration is saved automatically in the registry.
This screenshot shows context help in action. Context help is available for every control of the Options dialog.
Main Viewer Window
This screenshot shows the main viewer window. Note that in this example, the server shares a single window instead of the whole desktop.
The main window of the viewer now includes a toolbar (it can be removed if desired). The toolbar simplifies performing such actions as sending Ctrl-Alt-Del or Ctrl-Esc to remote side, requesting remote screen refresh, or showing the Options window.