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TechRadar wrote their periodic review of the “Best Linux remote desktop clients: Top 5 RDC in 2018”. The good news is that Remmina is one of them, placed third (of five), behind TigerVNC, and the similar TightVNC.
“Remmina scores decently in the performance department and gives you the flexibility to change connection quality settings on the fly. The client supports the widest range of protocols and will connect to all kinds of remote desktop servers. Remmina doesn’t have its own server software, but you can use it for all sorts of remote connections to all kinds of servers. Sadly, Remmina lacks some extra functionality that you get with other clients such as the ability to transfer files.”
Well, they tested Remmina and others using only VNC, that’s not the primary Remmina business, but we are happy to be among the best.
What do you think about it? Do you think we have to improve Remmina’s VNC experience? Share your thoughts with us, and leave a comment below!