TightVNC is a free remote control software package derived from the popular VNC software. With TightVNC, you can see the desktop of a remote machine and control it with your local mouse and keyboard, just like you would do it sitting in the front of that computer. TightVNC is:
... [More], GPL-licensed, with full source code available;
* useful in remote administration, remote customer support, education, and for many other purposes;
* cross-platform, available for Windows and Unix, compatible with other VNC software. [Less]
TigerVNC is a modern VNC suite with servers and clients for Unix and Windows.
It was originally a fork of TightVNC, which in turn was a fork of RealVNC. It has since grown a lot of unique features like heavily optimised encodings and advanced screen management.
Vine Server(OSXvnc) is a robust, full-featured VNC server for macOS. It allows VNC clients to remotely view or control the machine. It was initially provided by TestPlant, for use with Vine Viewer AND Eggplant for cross-platform testing. A newer version of OSXvnc with support for current versions of
... [More] macOS is supported by volunteers and made available on GitHub. [Less]
TurboVNC is a derivative of VNC (Virtual Network Computing) that is tuned to provide peak performance for 3D and video workloads. TurboVNC was originally a fork of TightVNC 1.3.x, and on the surface, the X server and Windows viewer still behave similarly to their parents. However, the current
... [More] version of TurboVNC contains a much more modern X server code base (based on X.org 7.7) and a variety of other features and fixes not present in TightVNC, including a high-performance Java viewer. [Less]