Need More Than Putty? Check These Tools

mputty tool

Putty

List of Putty-like Tools – Well, we know that Putty is the best SSH Client for Windows but sometimes users need more than its simplicity. Yup, Putty is the best but it is so simple. So to max out the use of Putty, these tools are probably the alternative as well as add-on.

So, lets start the list..

1- MPutty The Multi-tabbed Putty

Tool to run multiple instances of PuTTy and automate the process of logging into multiple servers.

mputty tool

2- Putty Tab Manager

Tool to run multiple instances of PuTTY

Putty Tab Manager

3- AutoPuTTY – Remote Connection Manager

AutoPuTTY is a simple connection manager / launcher to easily connect to multiple servers at once.

auto putty

4- SuperPutty

SuperPutty is a Windows GUI Application that allows the PuTTY SSH Client to be opened in Tabs.

5- Kitty

KiTTY is a fork from version 0.61 of PuTTY, the best telnet / SSH client in the world.

6- Tunnelier

Tunnelier is our SSH and SFTP client for Windows with nice user interface (GUI). Supported platforms include Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, and 7. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows are supported.

tunnelier

7- Poderosa

Poderosa is a tabbed terminal emulator for Windows featuring Tabbed style GUI, local cygwin shell and serial ports are supported, SSH2 port forwarding, SSH Key generation wizard, and SOCKS connections, and users can extend the feature of Poderosa by plug-ins.

poderosa tool

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3 Responses

  1. Information MadnessSeptember 30, 2011 at 9:53 amReply

    Putty is the best….but other app seems decent.

  2. Share Screen SkypeFebruary 3, 2012 at 9:42 amReply

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  3. Another oneNovember 28, 2013 at 1:10 amReply

    I came across QuTTY which looks promising. http://code.google.com/p/qutty/

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