PuTTY is a free and open-source client for remote access to Unix-based servers. It is available for multiple operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It is one of the most popular tools used to connect to Linux based servers and provide a command-line interface.
In this article, I will discuss 3 of the best alternative tools for PuTTY.
Solar-PuTTY is a unique project that enables you to remotely control your PC from any place and at any time. It is designed exclusively for PCs running Windows operating system. It allows you to execute all PuTTY commands via a simple and easy-to-use interface.
In addition, you can save your favorite PuTTY commands in the Solar-PuTTY configuration file and access them directly from the Solar-PuTTY interface.
Solar-PuTTY is easy to install and use. It requires no additional libraries or frameworks. It is compatible with all versions of the Windows operating system. Moreover, it is portable and can be run from a removable drive.
KiTTY is a free implementation of Telnet and SSH for Windows. It allows you to connect to remote computers running a Telnet or SSH server on Windows, Unix, or Linux. KiTTY is written in C# using the .NET Framework 2.0.
With KiTTY, you can connect to a Unix or Windows computer and run commands interactively, transfer files using SFTP or SCP, or use any program that is compatible with the console. It features a tabbed interface that allows the user to easily access multiple sessions within one instance of the program and includes features such as SSH, Telnet, and Rlogin support.
MobaXterm is a terminal emulator and SSH client for Windows. It provides SSH, Telnet, and rlogin/rsh/rcp terminal emulation over SSH for Windows. It includes the features you have come to expect from a telnet client, an advanced SSH client, and a terminal emulator.
The app features a built-in editor with syntax highlighting, unlimited scrollback buffer, auto-indentation, macro recording, file manager, command history, session manager, tabbed interface, and much more.