WinVNC Download

What is WinVNC?

WinVNC means "virtual network computing". WinVNC has the ability to view / display other computers from anywhere in the network, both in the form of LAN, regardless of the Internet. This utility was released by RealVNC Ltd. Through remote RealVNC / WinVNC computers about us, we can approach demolition. Through the WinVNC application, this is very useful for those who are accustomed to helping users handle computer problems without having to leave your chair. You can also see what other people are doing with their computers.

WinVNC - Windows NT VNC server

WinVNC on the trayWinVNC system is a VNC server that lets you view any Windows desktop from any VNC Viewer. Because Windows is currently, very standard, only supports one graphical user entering simultaneously, WinVNC can make desktop computers available remotely, rather than creating a separate desktop as well as on a Unix server. It is fair to emphasize this: VNC does not make NT devices become multiple user servers in the same way as Citrix based programs, for example.Therefore, one NT device can be accessed by many users, but if they are all connected at the same time, they will all see the same desktop!

On the other hand, WinVNC will run on Windows 95, Windows98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and future Win32 based systems, without having to replace any system files or run a special version of the system from the program. This is a standard application that can be run from the Start menu ... and closes easily.

WinVNC can also be run as a service, which means that you can enter remotely and do some work and exit again. We recommend that you run it in this mode. See below for details. Of course, WinVNC is free. We hope that providing the source code for others will provide improvements to all aspects of WinVNC. If you don't read the Getting Started page, you might want to do this first to give you a general idea.

Download WinVNC :

WincVNC 32/bit
License: GNU/GPL    Size: 2.19 MB
WinVNC 64/bit
 License: GNU/GPL    Size: 2.02 MB


WinVNC is installed and used easily:

  1. Run WinVNC Settings. (If you receive VNC as a ZIP or TAR archive, you must open it first!)
  2. Select Install Default Registry Settings from the WinVNC folder on the Start menu. This will install the default hook settings, which are activated to handle some common applications that don't work together, such as clocks. This is not important, but it will make things a little better. See later for more information about registry settings.
  3. WinVNC (in application mode) can now be run from the Start menu. Or, you can use the Start menu> Settings-> Task Bar to add a shortcut to the Startup group, which starts WinVNC every time you enter. NOTE: After some initial tests, we recommend that you run WinVNC as a service, not an application. See below for more information.

Using WinVNC

  • At startup, WinVNC will add a small green copy of the VNC icon to the system task bar. Clicking this icon with the right mouse button will bring up a menu with the following options available:
  • Properties - This will display the user properties dialog box, which allows users to change the WinVNC parameters differently for each user.
  • Add new clients - This allows outgoing connections from the server to Listen Viewer. The target viewer device name can be entered in the dialog box. Communication made in this way is treated as shared, in 3.3.3R2. See also the link below.
  • Kill all clients - This will disconnect all clients that are currently connected to the server.
  • About WinVNC - This must be clear!
  • Close - Turn off the server.

WinVNC on the trayWinVNC system is a VNC server that lets you view any Windows desktop from any WinVNC Viewer