Real VNC Speed
hal "at" thresholddigital.com
Sat Dec 3 03:24:01 2005
On Friday 02 December 2005 09:21 pm, James Weatherall wrote:
> The standard VNC server uses the ZRLE compression scheme over slow
> links, which is higher performance in virtually all cases than the Tight
> What specifically is the "slow" behaviour that you are seeing?
It *seemed* like with Real, that I was beginning to see delays when I double
clicked on icons before the screen showed the full window, fully updated, but
I'm not sure. It could also be slower connections, or just my imagination.
I'm asking because I was looking for compression settings and some info and
didn't find ay.
As I said, I was wondering if it was my imagination. I'm more than willing to
accept that it was. I'm sure you know what I mean -- you change something,
just a small thing, and your mind plays tricks on you, when you think that
Thanks for the assurance! ;-)
> Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
> Hal Vaughan wrote:
> > I have worked with a few people who had TightVNC servers on their system,
> > using either the TightVNC or RealVNC viewer on my system. Recently I've
> > worked with some people using the RealVNC server (the latest version).
> > Is it my imagination, or is the RealVNC server slower? Does it use
> > compression to speed up transmission, like TightVNC?
> > Just wondering if it's my imagination or not.
> > Hal
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