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TightVNC is a VNC distribution with many new features, improvements, and bugfixes over VNC. It is optimized for faster operation on slow network links such as modem connections.

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AUDIENCE :system administrator LICENSE :gnu general public license (gpl) OPERATING SYSTEM :posix PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE :c++ java : C : USER INTERFACE :x windows win32 : web-based : TITLE SYNONYMS :Tight VNC


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