PuTTY Tray is an improved version of PuTTY. It features some cosmetic changes, and a number of addons to make it more useful and much more fun to use.
Originally compiled by Barry Haanstra, now maintained by Chris West (Faux).
Features: Minimizing to the system tray (on CTRL + minimize, always or directly on startup) (Tray) icon customizable Blinks tray icon when a bell signal is received Configurable window transparency URL hyperlinking Portability: optionally stores session configuration in files (for example: on a USB drive) like portaPuTTY Easy access to the 'always on top' setting (in the system menu) Reconnects when your PC wakes up from stand-by Attempts to reconnect when the connection fails Android adb support
PuTTY Tray was added to AlternativeTo by Knarf on Jun 14, 2010 and this page was last updated Aug 28, 2018.
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not sure if i should add this as an alternative in itself, so for the moment i'll just add it in the comments :) "Since PuTTY author Simon Tantham recently released an updated version of PuTTY (version 0.61) with some significant changes, I decided to adapt PuTTY Tray’s functionality to the new 0.61 codebase, hence the new moniker — PuTTY Tray: Redux." http://www.simmonsconsulting.com/2011/07/30/puttytray-redux