X-Win32 is a PC X Server that helps display remote Linux and Unix individual applications and desktops over a LAN network.
X-Win32 easily displays several remote Unix and Linux desktops. Also, X11 applications can be displayed on their own, courtesy rootless window mode. Copying-pasting between Linux and Windows is quite straightforward and the tool also comprises a graphical copy-paste attribute. Multi-monitor support is part of the package too, along with the OpenGL for 3D graphics program. The tool has been used widely in industries where razor-sharp images and responsiveness are vital – for instance, IC design. It even outperforms local consoles when it comes to complex 3D graphics rendering. The tool manages to do so by using local graphics processor for accelerating OpenGL graphics.
Great Value for Money
The tool, especially when compared to the competition, is affordably priced and can be availed at discounts for government, educational and bulk licenses. The tool can be bought directly at the online store or through a purchase order, and accurate quote and actual discount sum can be generated online. Several big firms have moved to X-Win32, which includes the likes of FedEx, Raytheon, CERN, Rockwell-Collins, General Dynamics and Citibank, to name a few. X-Win32 provides both conventional X Windows connect choices such as SSH, XDMCP, Telnet, and REXEC; and also live connections that stay persistent so that sessions can be reconnected when network connection gets disrupted or Windows crashes.