James ''Wez'' Weatherall
Fri Dec 6 13:46:00 2002
TightVNC has been MUCH better than the stock VNC from AT&T for a couple of
now. RealVNC was a great step toward catching up with TightVNC, but it
has a long
way to go. Although RealVNC is just as good as Tight when running over a
nothing touches TightVNC over low bandwidth connections, including
Terminal Services and Citrix are the only faster options.
RealVNC is usable over a cable connection, but TightVNC is much much
faster and is
even usable over dialup.
Really? In what way? VNC now includes the ZRLE encoding, which works
very well over very low bandwidth connections, and is automatically used
when required. Are you saying this doesn't work for you?
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.