If you are looking for X-Win32, you have come to the right place. We explain what X-Win32 is and point you to the official download.
What is X-Win32?
X-Win32 is a program designed to supply users with remote displays of UNIX desktops and applications on Windows computers. Its popularity among users in the defense industry lends support to its security claims: the program is equipped with encryption technology intended to ensure the integrity and safety of data exchanged between the client and the server. It is also compatible with 64-bit systems, despite the name.
X-Win32 is able to open more than one window displaying a remote X desktop—this means that users can access different hosts concurrently, with host-to-host displaying switching functioning much like regular window-to-window switching on Windows Explorer. This also allows users to transfer data from one host to another in the same session, cutting out the “middleman”. Copy and paste operations performed through X-Win32 proceed in much the same way they normally would on Windows, and users can copy/paste both text and images.
The application is capable of speedy 3D rendering through strong OpenGL support and hardware acceleration. It offers users completely scalable remote desktop displays—for better on-screen fit—and can be found in more than 29 localizations or languages.
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File types supported by X-Win32
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About file types supported by X-Win32
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Last updated: : November 30, 2014