Free Xming Alternatives
MobaXterm is an enhanced terminal app that brings the advanced features of a Unix-like command-line to Windows. It takes the power of Cygwin and wraps it in a sleek, visual interface that's super easy to use, lightweight and portable.
- - MobaXterm is the most popular Windows alternative to Xming.
- - MobaXterm is the most popular free alternative to Xming.
Comments about MobaXterm as a Alternative to Xming
MobaXterm is a collection of functions required to accesas Unix based systens in one app. These include Terminal Access, File Transfer, and X11. The great advantage is, it works out-of-the-box and you don't need to have any other software.-2
Different finality. One if terminal access o other is for x11 access0
It's trying to be all things, but it's not trying to be focused on being a X Windows system.0
Not an X server. That's the sole functionality that Xming is carrying. There is no crossover between these two programs whatsoever.0
Xwing is an X Windows system, MobaXterm is a terminal app. Very very different purposes and functionality.7
Windows X-server based on the xorg git sources (like xming or cygwin's xwin), but compiled with Visual C++ 2010. Source code can also be compiled with VS2008, VS2008 Express Edition and VS2010 Express Edition.
- - VcXsrv is the most popular Open Source alternative to Xming.
Comments about VcXsrv as a Alternative to Xming
Up to date with the X11 upstream source. Good font rendering OOB - no twiking needed.0
Where Xming opens simply (I could not get it to NOT open at startup), VcXsrv opens a window where you can control certain things, such as open start up, open GNU in another window, and small things like that.-1
Because it's free and regularly updated. The free version of Xming hasn't been updated for a long time.0
XLiveCD allows users of Microsoft Windows to connect to remote Unix computers, run graphical applications and have the graphics displayed on their desktops.
- - XLiveCD is the most popular Linux alternative to Xming.