Lightweight, Fast and Reliable Remote Control Software

TightVNC (32-bit)

TightVNC (32-bit)

  -  2 MB  -  Open Source
  • Latest Version

    TightVNC 2.8.84 (32-bit) LATEST

  • Review by

    Daniel Leblanc

  • Operating System

    Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10

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TightVNC is a free remote control software package derived from the popular VNC software. With the app, 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.

TightVNC can be used to perform remote control and administration tasks in Windows, Unix, and mixed network environments. It can be very helpful in distance learning and remote customer support.

TightVNC is:
  • Free for both personal and commercial usage, with full source code available,
  • Useful in administration, tech support, education, and for many other purposes,
  • Cross-platform, available for Windows and Unix, with Java client, included,
  • Compatible with standard VNC software, conforming to RFB protocol specifications.
With Tight VNC, you can:
  • Cut your expenses and save your time on traveling,
  • Help your friends and family to solve problems with their computers remotely,
  • Make sure nothing wrong is happening on your computers when you are away.
Also Available: TightVNC (64-bit)

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What's new in this version:

- Server for Windows: Disabled the ability to connect to the control pipe via a network connection
- Server for Windows: Disabled the transmission of passwords through the pipe from the server to the control application
- Server for Windows: The server now only accepts control connections from processes launched from the same path as the server itself (Windows Vista and later)