If you are looking for HyperTerminal, you have come to the right place. We explain what HyperTerminal is and point you to the official download.
What is HyperTerminal?
HyperTerminal is the “lite” edition of HyperACCESS, a communications application. Essentially, the program is intended to emulate various terminals (it belongs to the category of programs called terminal emulators) in order to achieve a particular connection. For example, with the program’s help, a user can set up a dial-up modem-based connection. It can also be used to leverage TCP/IP network technologies in order to connect several systems online. It can also be used to establish COM port-based communications between the user’s computer and various devices.
The software is also scriptable—a user can define macros on it to save himself time in performing repetitive tasks. Another automation feature allows the user to select an auto-shutdown function following user logout. It can even perform automated redials. It allows users to handle password, user ID, and even host commands more efficiently by associating each one of them to a single key (hotkey creation, in other words). The program supports screen size adjustment (for the terminal display) as well as color selection
The HyperTerminal software is meant to be used on Windows operating systems, and the list of supported OSs includes 7 and Vista.
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File types supported by HyperTerminal
Our users primarily use HyperTerminal to open these file types:
About file types supported by HyperTerminal
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Last updated: : December 14, 2014