VNC is remote control software which allows you to view and fully interact with one computer desktop (the “VNC server”) using a simple program (the “VNC viewer”) on another computer desktop anywhere on the Internet. The two computers don’t even have to be the same type, so for example you can use VNC to view a Windows Vista desktop at the office on a Linux or Mac computer at home.
Features RealVNC VNC Server
- Cross-platform remote control
- VNC authentication
- 128-bit AES encryption
- System authentication
- Optimized performance
- File transfer
- Dedicated support channel
- 256-bit AES encryption
- Single sign-on authentication
- Powerful deployment tool
- Low cost, discounts for volume
- For personal and commercial use
RealVNC Server 7.6.0 What New
- NEW: Support for dynamic resolutions in Virtual Mode sessions, which allows RealVNC Server to dynamically change resolution to match the size of the connected RealVNC Viewer window.
Note that this feature also requires use of RealVNC Viewer 7.6.0 or later, and if SystemXorg mode is enabled, the RealVNC dummy driver must be installed.
- IMPROVED: Application icons in RealVNC Connect for Windows are no longer blurry on devices using display scaling set above 100%.
- FIXED: RealVNC Server for macOS no longer prompts to install Rosetta on M1/M2 macOS devices.
- FIXED: It is possible to remove all access to RealVNC Server using the Remove button in RealVNC Server’s Users & Permissions, instead of automatically reverting to the default access list (Administrators only).
- FIXED: Configuring RealVNC Server to lock the screen when the last user disconnects now functions correctly on macOS Ventura.