X-Win32 is a PC X Server that helps display remote Linux and Unix individual applications and desktops over a LAN network. X-Win32 easily displays several remote Unix and Linux desktops, and also supports X11 applications in rootless window mode. It allows for easy copying and pasting between Linux and Windows, and even includes a graphical copy-paste feature. The tool also offers multi-monitor support and has built-in OpenGL for 3D graphics. X-Win32 is widely used in industries that require sharp images and responsiveness, such as IC design. It outperforms local consoles in complex 3D graphics rendering by utilizing the local graphics processor to accelerate OpenGL graphics.
The tool is affordably priced, especially when compared to the competition, and offers discounts for government, educational, and bulk licenses. It can be purchased directly from the online store or through a purchase order, with accurate quotes and discounts generated online. X-Win32 has been adopted by several big firms, including FedEx, Raytheon, CERN, Rockwell-Collins, General Dynamics, and Citibank. It provides both conventional X Windows connect choices and live connections that stay persistent, allowing for easy reconnection in case of network disruptions or Windows crashes.