VNC Connect is a free (for non-commercial use only) tool for remotely accessing and controlling computers with operation systems Windows, Mac OS X, UNIX or Linux. The remote access is made over the Internet or LAN, and can be initiated from another computer or even a mobile device. VNC is a must-have tool for arranging remote connections, sharing printers, transferring files or exchanging messages in a chat.
VNC has two parts - server and client. The server app (VNC Connect) shall be installed on the computer that needs to be controlled, whereas the client app (VNC Viewer), with its interface reminding a web browser, shall be installed on one or more workstations.
- Support for operation systems Windows, Mac OS X, UNIX, Linux.
- Access from Android and iOS mobile devices.
- Access from inside a web application.
- VNC authentication.
- Ability to control your desktop over your local network or via the Internet.
- Convenient address list.
Prior to using VNC, you must obtain RealVNC account.
- NEW: VNC Connect is now available in Brazilian Portuguese.
- NEW: Under Red Hat Linux distributions, VNC Server in Virtual Mode can now utilize the version of the Xorg server running on the system, rather than the out-of-date version built-in to Xvnc. Desktop environments such as Gnome 3 and modern applications and extensions will likely be compatible out-of-the-box. See how to set this up.
- The VNC Connect download now consists just of VNC Server and supporting programs, for computers you are licened to control. VNC Viewer is no longer bundled. You are free to download VNC Viewer to as many computers and devices you want to control from as you like. Installation changes.