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NX Client

If you are looking for NX Client, you have come to the right place. We explain what NX Client is and point you to the official download.

What is NX Client?

The NX Client is the computer software used for handling the X Windows remote connections and is also used to improve the local X display protocol performance so that it can be used even in links from a slow dial-up modem connection. This software was created by the company NoMachine and by the Italian developer Gian Filippo Pinzari.

This software is able to transmit large amount of information by compressing the X11 data to be transmitted and although the NX client has been created to optimize the X1 sessions, this software can also be used as a proxy server. In doing so, improvements in speed for the tunnel Remote Desktop Protocol and the remote Virtual Network Computing sessions are created.

This software uses the SSH because of its good track record for security purposes and to send data. This software uses both the regular SSH functions and the SSH open-source software to run current Windows and Unix desktops and random network applications through the Internet in a restricted and protected manner.The NX Client is available to various operating systems including Windows and Mac OS X.

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File types supported by NX Client

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About file types supported by NX Client

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Last updated: : October 14, 2013